Hi! Hannah here. I was taught when you meet a new person, you look them in the eye, give a firm handshake, and say your full name. So, hello! I thought it would be fun to share some fun quirks about me and common misconceptions:
Lately a lot of people have thought that I’m married. Oops. Perhaps it’s because of the way I write, but going to the chapel hasn’t happened! ;)
A lot of people wouldn’t peg me as a gal who loves country music. I grew up in the south, y’all. My first CDs were @ladyantebellum and @carrieunderwood. But, I also really love @panicatthedisco and @dermotkennedy. 💕
A lot of people ask my ethnicity. I get Mexican, Filipino… I hail from Huazhou, China, and was #adopted. It’s a story of grace and redemption and brokenness. It’s what brought me to learn to love my Jesus. Oh, and I’m probably the whitest Asian you’ll ever meet.
I was taught to be careful with my money and hustle to get it from childhood. I bought all of my own camera gear and everything for my business. I paid my entire way through college and bought 2 cars with cash. I’m learning to change my mindset with money – that it’s okay to buy nice things for myself. I’ve always wanted a pony – it’s elevated to the same level as having a husband and family, and living in a white house with a blue door (I can do without the picket fence, though). With this new mindset, I’m taking baby steps (in faith) to making getting this pony a reality! ;)
My parents instilled in me a love for doing a job thoroughly and well in the midst of chaos. The Forsberg family as a whole, loves to listen to stories and are pretty freaking good at telling them. The Forsbergs (there’s 60 of us I think) are also some of the most ambitious people I know, all with jobs where serving others is the focus. We also don’t put up with being pushed around. It’s why I think being an #atlantaweddingphotographer – a #bossbabe entrepreneur - is a good fit for me. So thankful this is what I get to do. // This image is from when I modeled for @honeycat_us, captured by @coreyclouser.