Wildcraft Flowers | Fine Art Film Photographer

Lately, creative shoots that allow me to connect with other small business owners have become some of my favorite types of sessions. I love watching people work. Capturing someone in their element, pouring their heart into their craft is so fulfilling. Fellow photography friends, never forget to make time for personal work. Make time to photograph something that fills your heart. Over the years, I have found that some of my favorite images have been from sessions or photoshoots I've planned or designed on my own. As an artist, designing and executing my own shoot, with my own vision, allows me to express myself creatively and authentically. There is nothing more rewarding than seeing something I dreamed up come to life. ✨ I have found that making time for personal work is refreshing and rejuvenating and totally fills my creative tank. And, well—as you know— a full creative tank makes for a better photographer. Whether it be a styled bridal shoot or a simple lifestyle session, I try to set aside a few times during the year to push myself and photograph something I truly love. 

Below is a lifestyle session I did of my flower farming friends, Carroll and Richard. I am super passionate about gardening (of any kind) so capturing my friends on their property tending to their flowers was such a treat! Carroll and Richard of Wildcraft Flowers own a small holistically managed flower farm that provides locally grown flowers to florists and markets. I reached out to them and asked if I could simply capture them doing what they do on a daily basis. They were delighted to have me out and we really had a great time together. Here are a few photographs from my with them this past fall. 

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Thrive Workshop | Vendor Highlight: Jessica Kendall of Beauty Asylum

As Thrive Workshop approaches we are so excited to continue sharing some of our vendors with you. We have pulled together an incredible team of artists who are planning and working towards all the beauty to come this fall in Highlands, South Carolina. Thrive just can't get here fast enough!! Jessica will be our hair and make-up artist for the styled shoots as well as one of our speakers! Jessica's success in the industry is unparalleled and we are honored to have her!


Jessica Kendall is the owner of Beauty Asylum hair and makeup, a #girlboss team of 30+ beauty professionals through the southeast. The company houses some of the top beauty professionals in the wedding industry boasting editorial features and multimedia credentials with the primary focus on empowering the spirit of entrepreneurship. 

As a Former college athlete her passion for community and team work became so clear to her that it inspired her to launched the company in 2014. Through Beauty Asylum she have been able to create a bond that is contagious, and one that everyone wants to be a part of. This year Beauty Asylum is celebrating their third year in business with two new locations partnered with their main locations in Atlanta and Charlotte.

Below is some of Beauty Asylum's work!

First 2 images taken by Shauna Veasey

First 2 images taken by Shauna Veasey

Thrive Workshop | Vendor Highlight : Shean Strong

As Thrive Workshop draws near, we are so excited to share a few of our vendors with you. We have pulled together an incredible team of artists who are busy as bees preparing for all the beauty to come this fall in the Highlands. We are literally counting down the days!! First up is Shean Strong, who we cannot wait for you all to meet! Shean will be our floral designer and we are honored to have him. More about Shean and his company below!


SHEAN STRONG DESIGN is a wedding + event design company based in Atlanta, Georgia. Their objective has been to create timeless and memorable events for their clients and those they hold close.  Shean's team commits to work with only the highest quality product and the most unique elements. This has allowed their company to flourish in designs, and has further aided them in creating events that are tailored to their clientele.  Designing is their career, but more importantly it’s their passion. 

Shean grew up all over the world and was shaped by many cultural influences; his upbringing helped him create a brand that is truly unique to him. Shean began designing with flowers as a creative outlet. This artistry captivated Shean's heart and is woven through each of his designs. 

“I adore living in Atlanta and love the city life, but still take any opportunity to travel the world.  There is just something about meeting new people and experiencing new cultures that makes me feel at home. I describe my aesthetic as organic, tailored, and refined. As a true romantic, I understand the importance of understated elegance to create a feeling in lieu of a theme.  At the end of the day, my job is to make sure you have the most beautiful wedding and have a great time celebrating you and your spouse.” 

Shean has curated relationships with many vendors, and you can see his work featured in publications such as Cottage Hill, Once Wed, Style Me Pretty, Magnolia Rouge, Adorn Magazine, The White Wren, and many more.

Shean, we are so excited to have you and cannot wait to see what you create!

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Photos not taken by Shauna Veasey

Photos not taken by Shauna Veasey