Laura Rush is our founder & head photographer. She is the one who captures our seniors, engagements and boudoir sessions. She is a lover of Jesus, a chaser of the golden hour, collector of junk & antiques, a wife & mother, & an artist. Laura likes to fill her days with black coffee, old country & her amazing family. As a family they love to travel, camp, hunt, & enjoy the outdoors. However, their favorite place to be is their quiet little place in the country. One thing Laura has learned in the past 12 years is that she was created to see God's beauty & to share this experience through her work. Whatever you find here that is good, or beautiful is not to her credit, but to God's.
Tabitha Coston is our second shooter. Helping brides relax & enjoy the experience is very important to her. With being a Mother of two kiddos she appreciates the importance of capturing a moment in time. She can’t imagine that some day we will look back on our lives and wish we had taken less photos of our families together. When Tabitha isn't working on clients memories she's at her country home homeschooling her kiddos, working in the garden, or volunteering at church. She enjoys slow days that start with coffee & end with sweet snuggles from her kiddos.
L- has an Obsession with mexican cuisine (especially verde sauce)
T- while growing up she loved sleeping in the barn with her horses
L- believe that green is the most beautiful color God created
T- every movie should have a happy ending or its useless
L- prefers rainy days & gets excited about storms
T- grew up in Texas & often watched tornadoes from her front porch
L- dreams of having goats & extremely large dogs (great danes, mastiffs etc.)
T- prefers dark chocolate over milk chocolate
L & T- both grew up country & overuse the word Y'ALL
L & T- both prefer classic country & bluegrass over the new version of country
L & T- both are oilers & believe there is a natural remedy for most everything
Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others,
as faithful stewards of God's grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4:10