A chance meeting on Sheridan
Their chance encounter on Sheridan Road at Northwestern was the beginning of a decade ‘s long relationship. That chance meet and introduction by her friend James is the reason for their Old Fourth Ward Park engagement session. Corbin and Zuri developed a friendship playing basketball and watching re-runs of the Cosby Show. And of course there was countless hours studying. After spending all this time together, they became inseparable.
Jade Mountain Resort and diamonds
Corbin meticulously planned his proposal, and they were off to St. Lucia in the southern Caribbean. On their first night they had prime dinner seating on the Celestial Terrace. From here sweeping views of St. Lucia’s Pitons World Heritage Site and the tranquil Caribbean Sea. Scenery like this seems beacons everyone and Zuri was no exception. She stood at the edge of the balcony taking it all in, paradise. Collecting herself she turned to Corbin as if to validate for what she was looking at. now she couldn’t believe what she was looking at. He was on his knee with the biggest grin with a beautiful diamond ring as her to be his forever.
Old Fourth Ward Park and 17th Street Bridge engagement
A few months shy of their 10th anniversary chance meeting we meet again. We choose the historic Old Fourth Ward Park next to the Atlanta Beltline for the engagement photo session. We were interrupted by rain and it drizzled for most of the shoot however, our couple took it all in stride. After a change quick change we head to the 17th Street bridge at Atlantic Station to wrap up their engagement photography session. In a few short months the MD and the defensive tackle will tie the knot in Atlanta. Congratulations guys and thanks for choosing Jaxon Photography.