Jeff Brummett

Intimate Prairie Engagement Session

Intimate Prairie Engagement | Adventure Elopement Photographer


Is there anything better than long golden grass dancing in the wind and warm sunlight? Maybe, but I have yet to find it! Believe it or not, this was in the dead of winter. These two wouldn’t let the cold get them down though. They have one of the cutest stories and I have heard and I had so much fun getting to know them better. Both are actors and met while on set. They played a couple who were going through some difficult times. Thankfully, art definitely did NOT imitate life in this instance.

As you can see, they know how to “work it” in front of a camera. I felt like I was photographing a fashion editorial at times (Never a bad thing in my opinion!). Other times, I was struck at the intimacy they were willing to share. These little moments, looks, gestures, are what I love about capturing couples. I also have to say, I am absolutely in love with Sahara’s yellow dress in this grass and wind. It really made me think of being in the African savanna. One day I’ll get there, but for now, this will do nicely.

This day was so much fun and Mother Nature cooperated beautifully.  If you would like to learn more about me and my work, or if you are thinking of getting married or eloping, please say hi! I would love the opportunity to connect with you and tell your story.

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  1. Kamra Fuller says:

    this golden sunset is unmatched! LOVE YOUR WORK! what an beautiful and intimate engagement session!

  2. Kara says:

    Jeff your work is seriously so good!! I love the way you described it – sometimes you’re photographing a fashion editorial while other times, you’re struck at the intimacy they were willing to share. There is so much variety in intimate couple session. Hopefully all these destination weddings will actually take you to the African savanna

  3. karra tipton says:

    okay i am obsessed with her dress, love the intimacy you photographed here!!

  4. Carolyn says:

    You’re so right! This does have a very editorial-meets-destination wedding feel to it. Rooting for you to make it to Africa to photograph a destination wedding one day!!

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