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It’s Tybee Island engagement season around here so I thought I’d share this proposal session with Bart and Hannah that took place on Tybee’s north end. Bart choose something a little different and decided on the rock jetty and the lighthouse for his background when he asked Hannah if she’d marry him. It being a bit overcast allowed for the lighthouse light to be lit and adding a little something special to the moment.

If your thinking of proposing to your significant other I’d be honored and happy to help. I specialize not only in Tybee Island family photography, but intimate Tybee Island weddings and Tybee Island engagement sessions. I honestly love talking out the details to make sure you have a perfect experience and images to remember the moment.  It’s a public beach and as you know when you try to control the universe it usually doesn’t comply, but there are things you can plan for so you have way less stress and you can approach the day with confidence. I even have a few locations that probably no one knows about and would make your images on of a kind.

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There are many types of Tybee Island rentals you can reserve for your stay here. Do you have lots of family members you all want to stay in the same house during your visit? How does staying in a historic, tucked away location on Tybee’s north end sound?  Please allow me to recommend 9 Officers Row, a grand southern home built in 1895 for housing officer during World War I and II and on the National Historic Register.

When the Alexander family recently visited and decided to book a family session they had a full schedule in the evenings when most of my family sessions occur. Instead they opted for a casual, late morning session at their rental. Luckily they were staying at 9 Officers Row which has big wrap around porches that provide shade at that time of day while still accommodating their family reunion of 21.

Again, there are many Tybee Island rentals, but if a unique, quiet location where your crew can make memories all under one roof and in a short walking distance to the ocean sounds like your thing then certainly check it out!

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There are no words that can truly express how much this Tybee Island family session means to me personally. April, pregnant here with Josiah, her husband Caleb and their first born, Wylie, are such a special family to watch interact. To document a family as it grows is so humbling and I cherish every family that allows me such an honor.

They chose to have their Tybee Island family session on Tybee’s north beach which is highlighted by the rock jetty and Georgia’s tallest and oldest lighthouse. June is also a great time of year when vegetation is a vibrant green and the sea oats are turning gold.

April has been so supportive and she puts her sincere heart out there when it comes to sharing my work and introducing me to other endearing families she’s blessed to call friends. I can’t wait to see these guys in June and finally meet Josiah as well as document the joy a new little brings to a family, especially such a loving and emotionally expressive family like this one.

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