Trent & Anna Hope Dayton Engagement Session


Cox Arboretum Engagement Session

We had beautiful weather and lighting during Trent & Anna Hope’s engagement session last week at Cox Arboretum. I love photographing at Cox, because there is an endless amount of beautiful spots. When I asked this sweet couple what their ideal day together would be, they said “visiting a museum and walking through a park together,” so it was a perfect location for their engagement session.

Trent and Anna Hope are such kind people, that I wasn’t surprised to find out they both have professions as caregivers. Anna Hope is a pastor of a Christian church and Trent is a psychiatric nurse. They also describe themselves as being “art nerds and family oriented,” needless to say, we get along very well. I’m so excited to photograph their December wedding in Cincy!

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16 thoughts on “Trent & Anna Hope Dayton Engagement Session

  1. Splended Photos by obviously a great photographer in a beautiful setting!!!
    We are a bit biased and blessed, and
    we are very happy for Trent and Anna Hope.

  2. I am so happy for Anna Hope and Trent! The photos are lovely, and they captured some sweet moments. 😀

  3. Great photography in a beautiful place and a beautiful couple. Congratulations and looking forward to being at the wedding.

  4. Great pictures Anna Hope. You are lovely and Trent looks like a great guy. So happy for you.

  5. These are lovely photos. They certainly show the love that Anna Hope and Trent have for each other, and their joy of just being together. I’m so happy for them both.

  6. What beautiful photos of a lovely couple. The setting looks idyllic too. Can’t wait to share your special day with you.

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