Today on the blog...a few of my favorite images from a recent evening with Troy and Marian. Tennis anyone?
Many know Scott Schroen (Shh-rain) as a tall, lanky mountain biking machine. As the General Manager of Phat Tire Bike Shop, it's true that he spends most of his time working in the cycling world. What you may not know about Scott though, is that he loves (and is equally talented at) wood working. And lately, he's been balancing out the stresses of work and life by quietly designing and building high quality wood furniture out of his well-equipped garage/workshop. His most popular product is the Ozark Chair which features the state of Arkansas in the design of the chair, beautifully carved out of wood and perfect for porch or lawn sit'n.
I recently had the opportunity to hang out with Scott for a bit and to document some of the building process for Arkansas Wild Magazine. Scroll down to see a few of my favorite images from my afternoon with him as well as information on Scott's wood-working business, Timbernak Designs.
Today on the blog, I'm excited to share some images from Jeffery and Shelby's wedding. It's been fun getting to know them better throughout the whole process and their celebration at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks was definitely one for the books. Literally. To date, I had never had a bride and groom get soaking wet dancing in the rain together and I had also never had a groom (or anyone for that matter) do their first dance with an Evil Knievel motorcycle helmet. Thanks to Jeff and Shelby, I can add both of those to my "this actually happened at a wedding" list. Also, thanks to Melissa Holmes of Sweet Tea Designs who somehow, manages to keep everything and everyone in good order during every wedding I work with her. (It's because she's a rockstar)
Cheers and enjoy the sneak peek!