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Lexington, KY

Anekdota Studio is a photography studio in Lexington, KY owned by Kathleen Burke and Katherine Hoskins. We specialize in weddings, portraits, and events.


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Lauren & Zack - Fall Wedding at Canyon Run Ranch

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Lauren and Zack's wedding day was one of the coldest I've ever photographed, but looking at the two of them together and you'd never it no it. Their happiness exudes warmth. 


One of my favorite things about their wedding was the venue itself, Canyon Run Ranch is such a gorgeous place and was made even more beautiful with the work of Samantha from Samantha Joy Events. 


When Zach picked up the engagement ring for Lauren, he was so excited he couldn't wait to propose. Within 20 minutes of picking it up he asked her to marry him while they were walking through their neighborhood park under some of Lauren's favorite trees.


Congratulations Lauren and Zack! A special thanks to all the vendors that made this wedding so perfect: 

Venue: Canyon Run Ranch
Event Planner: Samantha Leenheer of Samantha Joy Events
Officiant: Chad Group
Catering: Smokin’ Bee Bee Q
Florist: Ivy League Florist
DJ: Upbeat DJ’s
Ceremony Music: Viva La Strings
Hair: Caralee Pridemore of Sweetly Pinned Hair
Makeup: Trista Noe of Makeup By Trista
Bar: Carly Witmer of Craft Event Bar
Rentals: Something Old Dayton
Cake: The Cakery

Emily & Dan - Engagement Session at Deer Lick Cave

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Emily and Dan met me for their engagement session at Deer Lick Cave in Brecksville earlier this fall. It was such a beautiful morning to spend in the woods. 


Dan first met Emily in High School when one of his friends started dating her friend in High School. However, instead of asking her out right away he played it cool and waited until the Homecoming Dance. He asked her dance and later that night they exchanged phone numbers. They've been together ever since. 


Emily and Dan have a favorite towpath they like to walk. On this path there's a particular spot they usually stop to sit and look at the water. One day, they were looking through the rocks near their spot. Suddenly, Dan bent down proclaiming that he had found a geode. When Emily turned around to look, he was down on one knee with a ring box he had made from a geode. Of course, she said yes!

I can't wait for Emily and Dan's wedding next year!