Kelly Hicks » Design & Photography


Jonathan and Renee got married on one of those special stormy days that we rarely get in Tucson. The rain even decided it would wait until we were done with outside pictures, yay! These two were really fun to take pictures of, completely laid back and up for anything. I love it when I see a couple really let go and enjoy their wedding day! They looked so happy and full of love under those gray skies. Renee looked absolutely radiant in every single picture I took!

Trevor Crosby was second shooting for me – he’s great with light and always a huge help! My husband Dustin was assisting us which always puts me at ease, plus he’s full of ideas!

Congratulations you Jonathan and Renee! I’m happy you chose me to capture your day! See a slideshow with more pictures HERE.

Sooo pretty!!

Trevor’s angle for the first look:

And my angle:

Two of Trevor’s shots with the guys:

Ending with one of my favs of the day:

  • ah kelly! i loooove that last picture! you make everyone look like models :) i’m so excited that tyler and rheanna chose you for their wedding. it’s going to be awesome.ReplyCancel

  • karenlouise

    these are so beautiful – you have really captured the moment for this couple! nice job!ReplyCancel

  • Jonathan Scott

    Wow, Kelly, this is way beyond what I expected. Great job! Now that everything is settled up, I can safely say that you’re worth WAY more than what you charge :-).

    All joking aside, thanks for going above and beyond. This is great.ReplyCancel

  • Wow! Stunning photos!ReplyCancel

  • Beautiful! Question: What lens did you use in your second photo (flower bouquet)? Seems like it was a low-light situation, but the photo looks great! Thanks in advance.ReplyCancel

  • Hi Yana, I used the 50mm 1.8 – my favorite lens which I use most of the time :)ReplyCancel

  • […] photography will take me in 2011 but I’m open to the possibilities! See Tyler + Rheanna, Jonathan + Renee, and Matt + […] ReplyCancel

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