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Rebecca & Sam || Max Patch Mountain Elopement || Atlanta Wedding Photographer || Highlands Wedding Photographer


If you have been a bride of A Thomas Photography in the last six years, you know my second-shooter extraordinaire, Rebecca. She and I have been best friends since I was a senior in high school and told her we were going to be best friends…HA! If you know us at all, you know this […]

As seen on Magnolia Rouge I am trying to be better about blogging some of my work that has been featured, like this one I shot for Thorne and Thistle Events! We envisioned an intimate garden elopement, and Meadowlark 1939 was the perfect backdrop for it…nestled in the middle of the grounds is a greenhouse […]

Sometimes, as a creative entrepreneur, it’s hard to connect the business side of our brains and the creative outlet we all crave. When I start to feel that way, I reach out to a few vendors and see if we can design something beautiful, just for ourselves. I certainly took my time blogging these (I […]

I am so excited to share this engagement session at Serenbe with you guys. I met Margaret and Landon earlier this year when I photographed their families and their sweet doggies (see that session here). Their wedding was supposed to happen this fall, but they decided pretty early on that it was going to be […]

Kelsey & Blake are some of my very favorite people (yes, I feel this way about all of my couples #oops), and I had been looking forward to their wedding day for over a year! When Kelsey and I first met, I could tell she cared so deeply about what her photographs captured on the […]

Like so many couples of 2020, Lanie and Tyler had to forego their original wedding day plans, and then revise those revisions too! Their original plan was to elope to Paris and marry in front of the Eiffel Tower (and everyone’s heart went “swoon”), but with the travel restrictions in place, they decided to forego […]