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Kevyn Dixon
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portraits of bride and groom at Ritchie Hill in Concord NC

November 12, 2020

I seriously can’t believe that we celebrated our first anniversary earlier this week. I’ve really only shared a few of our Ritchie Hill wedding photos here and there, so I figured why not share all of my favorites to celebrate our first anniversary?! Where do I even begin when it comes to our wedding?!  We seriously […]

first year of marriage celebration

November 10, 2020

I’m not quite sure how it has already been a year since our wedding… It really just blows my mind how fast this first year of marriage has gone! I would do anything to be able to relive our wedding day. It was the most perfect day and we were surrounded by all of our […]

April 3, 2019

Well…when you get engaged, the first thing that EVERYONE wants to know is exactly how the proposal happened! Today, AJ and I are celebrating our fifth dating anniversary. I hope our dating anniversary is a day we will continue to celebrate even after we have a wedding anniversary! So, here it goes… I’m spilling all […]

November 30, 2017

This past weekend, I made a trip up to the Raleigh area to do some graduation portraits for a lovely lady who is graduating from NC State. I decided to prolong my stay and catch up with some of my amazing friends from both high school and college!  I met my friend Kendall in downtown […]

September 15, 2016

So…over the last few weeks, I have seen this quote floating around on Facebook. I don’t know where this came from, so I can’t properly credit the person that initially wrote this, but whoever wrote it…THANK YOU. What happened to lead us here? Isn’t everything in that statement uncomfortably true? I know it is for […]

August 25, 2016

I absolutely love what I do and I know I chose the right major from the start. However, what I’ve been running into is that this industry can and will turn me into something that I’m not if I am not careful. It can turn me into someone that craves attention, popularity, and material things, and I know that is not who I am called to be. Honestly, just about any industry can manipulate you if you aren’t strong enough to say “That’s not who I am.”