Downtown Mesa Engagement | Edie and Curtis
One of my favorite things about being a photographer is that I get to explore new places with my clients. Even a location that I've been to before can look different depending on the couple. After careful consideration Edie chose downtown Mesa as the location for her and Curtis's session, specifically, she chose The Volstead Public House. This coffee house boasts vintage furniture and an awesome restored brick wall, the coffee is delicious and the pastries looked equally as tasty! The moment I walked in I understood why Edie fell in love with it. The surroundings fit her classic beauty (Edie looks like a singer or actress right out of the 1920's), so pretty and poised. We spent some time at Volstead, taking in all it had to offer, then moved on to explore downtown Mesa.
It was warm but Edie and Curtis didn't seem to mind, they were effortless in front of the camera and their love for each other shone through on every frame. We stopped off to explore a community garden hidden away off the main street, the light there was beautiful and golden shining through the trees. I never knew how many great hidden gems were in Mesa!
Our final stop was my personal favorite, a series of old warehouses and industrial buildings that line the railroad tracks. The golden light bounces off the railroad tracks making them look like a yellow brick road, just perfect!
I couldn't be more excited to capture these two love birds on their big day next March, they were so relaxed in front of the camera they made my job easy!
Here are some of my favorites from our time together I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
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