Lindsay and Tim met through the engineering program at Clemson. They became friends when they both had their engineering co-op with the same company and they started dating not long after that. For their first date, they went paddle boarding on Lake Hartwell, right outside their apartment community. While they were on a ski trip to Colorado, Tim proposed to Lindsay on a horse-drawn carriage! How sweet is that?
Since Clemson is such a special place for Lindsay and Tim, they decided that was where they wanted to do their engagement photos. They came down from Charlotte with their sweet puppy, Ray. We started down by the stadium and worked our way through the main part of campus. Since legend has it that walking hand-in-hand through President’s Park guarantees that you’ll be together forever, it’s pretty much a milestone in any Clemson couple’s relationship, and we had to get some pictures in there. This session wouldn’t have been complete without going to Harts Cove and taking some pictures at the docks on Lake Hartwell, where they had their first date.
Since the students were on spring break, the campus was nearly silent for a Friday evening, making this session more peaceful and intimate. It was the perfect spring day; the temperature was in the upper 60s, the sky was clear, the trees were pink and white, and there were so many colorful flowers in front of Tillman Hall. The bigger trees were still bare enough for that glow you only see in the winter, and to show Tillman Hall in the background when we were at Sikes Hall.
Enjoy the photos from this beautiful spring evening! I can’t wait for their fall wedding in the mountains!
To see more Clemson engagement sessions and other work I’ve done around there, visit my Clemson page.