Monday, September 22, 2008

Krista & Aaron

This weekend, we had the pleasure of spending the day with Krista & Aaron and their wedding party. What a great group of friends and family they have! It was evident these people care deeply for Krista & Aaron. Lee Anne and Cheryl were awesome personal attendants. And the man of honor, best man, groomsman and ushers kept us laughing the whole day. 

Krista & Aaron have great chemistry - and that makes it easy to capture their love for each other, and their excitement to start a new life together. 

Thank you all for making it such a memorable day - it was a pleasure to celebrate with you.  

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Thanks for visiting! We are so excited to officially launch the site. We could not have done it without the help of our friends Cathy Solarana and Brian Wetjen.

It's the eve of our official launch party and we could not be happier to share an evening with the family and friends we love. Thank you all for your support and encouragement. You have pushed us to pursue something we really, really love - and we can't believe it's finally happening! (Isn't it funny how a small business used to be 'official' when it finally had a Yellow Pages ad? Now it's a website...can't wait to see what the next big thing is.)

Thank you, thank you for visiting our site and for telling people about Moseley Photography.

Grant & Beth

We had the privilege of photographing Grant and Beth's wedding two weeks ago. As you will see in the photos, Beth's dress was amazing - the largest train we've shot to date. She was absolutely beautiful...and Grant was simply a stud. Every detail of the wedding was elegant, from the bridesmaids' dresses to the all-white decor at the reception. Here's a sneak peek at a few of their photos.

Trash the Dress!

"Trash the what? Don't you guys do wedding photography...aren't you supposed to get beautiful shots of brides in pristine white dresses?" Well, yes. However, a new phenomenon has hit the Midwest. At some point after the wedding, when a bride feels ready to sacrifice her dress, she dons the gown and accompanies us on a fashion shoot. We are proud to present the first willing bride to brave everything from railroad tracks to a roaring waterfall. Take a look at Katie and Andy...trashing the dress.