Family Portrait Session | Rick and Stephanie
Updated: Jul 16, 2020
Rick and Stephanie have been such an encouragement to us ever since we were first married. We have spent the past 3 years living only a few miles away and they have helped us out so many times in our first few years of marriage. It is amazing how much their two boys have grown up! Little Ricky is a silly sweetheart while Alex, on the other hand, is going for a world record of being the most destructive human bulldozer! He just does not stop! Even though they have their hands full with two insane boys and they often find themselves curled up in their bedroom closet reconsidering their decision to have kids (just kidding.... I think), Rick and Stephanie's lasting love for eachother is so evident.
Ricky and Stephanie, we love you and your beautiful family! Thanks for everything you have done for us including letting us capture these special memories that we hope you will treasure for years to come.
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Location: Market Square, Knoxville TN
Gear Used: Canon Rebel SL1, 50mm/f1.8, 55-250mm/f4, reflector, expodisc 77mm