Sankey family shoot in Freedom Park

I photographed the Sankey family in Freedom Park. I love shooting there because although it’s in the middle of the city, it feels like a wide open field. Jennifer Sankey was such a great collaborator on this shoot. She dressed her family so beautifully, and brought props that would help keep the kids happy and also made for some lovely photos. Here are a few of my favorites.

Elizabeth and Alan’s Big Canoe wedding

Elizabeth and Alan got hitched at Big Canoe in the north Georgia mountains. Both of their families were so amazingly nice, I wanted to ask, “Will you guys adopt me?!” Their ceremony was in the chapel at Big Canoe, and their reception at the Chimneys. What a beautiful place for a wedding! Thanks to Addison Hill for lending me his talent for this event.

Elizabeth and Alan’s Big Canoe wedding from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.

Rachel and Jay’s wedding at the Emory Conference Center

Rachel and Jay’s wedding was so beautiful, I’m having a hard time editing down to my favorite 10-15 for a blog post. So, I’m going to embed their slide show video. The Emory Conference Center is one of my favorite locations. Beautiful green space, and lovely architectural elements AND a gorgeous couple make for amazing photos!

Rachel and Jay wedding from Bonnie Heath on Vimeo.

Shelly and Glen’s wedding at the Social Goat Bed and Breakfast

Before Shelly and Glen met with me about photographing their wedding, I didn’t even know the Social Goat Bed and Breakfast existed. What a great location! Shelly and Glen hired Davina Cates of The Vintage Styled Life to help out with details. Top all of that off with an absolutely beautiful day, and this wedding made for some amazing shots!


Baby Donovan

My good friends Kip and Brian added a new member of their family to the household… Donovan. I dropped by their house for a visit and to take some photos of this adorable little guy.

I think he’s saying, “Stop taking photos of me, and pick me up!”

This one is my favorite!

Their cat Binky wanted “in” on the photo session. :)

Little Dominic

Laura Eby contacted me to photograph she and her husband’s sweet newborn, Dominic. He was such a good baby for the photo session! I loved taking photos of him on a hand made blanket that was given to them by a family member. Here are a few of my favorites.

Hakizimana family photos

The Hakizimana family hired me to do some photos of the whole family, but I particularly loved the pics of their 10 month old son. He is such a little sweetheart!

Lynn, RJ and Boozer

Lynn and RJ asked me to do some family photos for them that included their furry baby, Boozer. We met at a Morgan Falls Overlook Park in Sandy Springs and got some great shots. Boozer is a natural model!

Skylar and Nicolette’s beautiful New Years wedding

Believe it or not, Sklyar and Nicolette’s union is the first same sex wedding I’ve photographed. I’m a big supporter of gay rights and marriage equality, so I hope it’s the first of many to come. I couldn’t be more happy that they picked me to document this special day.

Their ceremony was at the lovely St John’s Lutheran Church and their reception was at Paris on Ponce’s Le Maison Rouge space. The event space at Paris on Ponce is beautiful, but very difficult to shoot in because of the dark ceilings, dim light and their restrictions on strobe lights. But, I think Jonathan Phillips and I still got some great shots. Here are some of my favorites.

One of the many great shots of the day by Jonathan Phillips.

An adorable shot from the photo booth!

Becca and Tommy’s Historic Lawrenceville Courthouse wedding

Becca and Tommy are an adorably geeky couple. They both volunteer for Anime Weekend Atlanta, and love video games. I was so excited to see that Becca decided to get married in her glasses, since I’m also a proud wearer of spectacles. They got hitched at the Historic Courthouse in Lawrenceville, and here are some of my favorite shots from their big day.

I want to give a special shout out to Jonathan Phillips for helping me photography this wedding. He not only did some great shooting, but drove back to his house at the last minute to replace a piece of missing equipment!

Lawrenceville’s Historic Courthouse has some beautiful places to photograph details.