We are Robby & Savannah a husband and wife photography team based in Oklahoma City. This is our place to share our most recent work and adventures. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for informtion on booking.Thanks for stopping by!
We shot Emily’s bridal portraits about 3 weeks ago. It has been 3 weeks of torture not being able to share this gorgeous bride until after her wedding day. Emily is the picture of elegance and grace. We were so glad to have gotten to know her over the past 6 months. Congrats to you and your new hubby, Emily!
Kim and Paul were married on a rainy April day in the middle of the woods. It was magical and so very them in every way. Like I said in Kim’s bridal blog post, she is the most laid back, go with the flow bride we’ve ever been around. This was never more evident than when we got the word that she wanted to continue with the ceremony outdoors despite the rain. We were thrilled and so pumped to just go for it. This wedding proved that it’s not about the details or the weather, but the union that these two were coming into. We were honored to be the ones to capture that.
I worked under Jay for a few years in President Boren’s office at OU. He was the Press Secretary to the President and I was one of the lowly action line workers who filtered through calls, emails and letters from, mostly unhappy, students. Working in that office is one of my fondest memories from my time at OU and a lot of that was due to Jay and his laid back and humorous approach on the day to day. There are too many one liners and inside jokes to count or even remember at this point. A few (ahem…5) years have passed and everyone I came to know well at that job has since moved on from old Evans Hall. It has been so fun to see everyone from afar on their journeys through life. When we received an email from Lauren inquiring about our photography services and informing us that she was engaged to Jay, I could not contain my excitement that 1.) Jay was engaged!! and 2.) they were interested in us being their photographers for their wedding. To say that we are honored that they chose us is an understatement. You can just feel the love and excitement they have for each other and if you can’t tell Jay absolutely adores Lauren. We are so incredibly happy for these two and can’t wait for their September wedding!
Kim is the most laid back, go with the flow bride you could ever come across. She is also, obviously, stunningly beautiful. Kim is an amazingly talented florist and made her flower crown for her bridal session. We might have squealed a bit when she pulled it out. We met up with Kim down at Mount Scott and she was totally in her element. We asked her to stand on top of a boulder at the edge of the mountain and without hesitation she hiked up her dress and scaled the thing without help in 2 seconds flat. She’s one cool chick.
We absolutely love getting to see our work and the story of our couples wedding day displayed so beautifully. These albums are completely customizable. Covers come in vintage leather options or custom photo cover. Each page is mounted on thick card stock to let each spread lay flat. We offer 8×8 (perfect for parent and grandparent albums), 10×10, and 12×12 sizes. All of our albums begin at 20 spreads (40 pages) and can be upgraded with additional pages upon request. Past, present and future couples, if you are interested in more information or ordering an album email us at email@example.com.
Wood boxes are such a gorgeous, understated and natural way to present and store prints. These come in 2 different sizes 4×6 and 5×7, and 2 different depths to hold 200 or 350 photo prints. Mounted photos are also an option and come in amounts of 20 or 35. The lid is customized with a photo print or engraved with name and date. Wood blocks are also available to display your images outside of the box. These are perfect for engagements, weddings, family portraits, babies etc. If you are a past or present client and are interested in our wood boxes, let us know!
We headed to the Wichita Mountains to meet Ryan and Mallorie for their engagement shoot under the impression that the weather would be 60 degrees and sunny. Oh, how the weather app was wrong. It didn’t get above 40 degrees and we ended the shoot at 34 degrees. The mountain was even closed due to the intense fog. These two didn’t bat an eye. They were up for anything and such troopers on the most blustery (major understatement) day. We absolutely love the look and feel of these. We Cannot wait until their September wedding down in Texas!