Julia & Carson – NC Museum of Art

January 3, 2021

High School Sweetheart ALERT! Julia and Carson met in Greenville, NC during high school. She asked Carson to the Sadie Hawkins Dance and have been together ever since. They attended East Carolina University, graduated, and then got engaged! It’s rare to find a couple that are high school sweethearts who continue to date through college and then choose to get married. I loved hearing their love story and learning more about the two of them.

We met in the middle. Each drove two hours to find the perfect location for their engagement session. When Julia said the North Carolina Museum of Art, I immediately got excited. I had never photographed there, but loved the tall grass in winter and the architecture of the property. We loved walking around the walking trails and near the museum. The lighting was perfect and it was a beautiful winter December day.

Can’t wait to see you for your wedding day Julia & Carson!

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fiance's hand around bride to be in a field at the north carolina art museum
couple kissing in a grassy winter field at the north carolina museum of art

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