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  • meet kindell brinay

    Kindell Brinay Moore grew up as a small-town Texas girl and is now a planted and blooming Nashville local. Since relocating to Music City in late 2009, Kindell has worked on projects as a freelancer for Vanderbilt University, held the role of lead graphic designer for PodCamp Nashville 2012, and drawn chalkboard art for the Fiddler's Inn Nashville episode of The Travel Channel's Hotel Impossible TV series.

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Elizabeth + Andrew


Elizabeth + Andrew On Saturday, February 1st, I traveled to Georgia with this fun couple and they took me on a little tour of their gorgeous college campus as I shot their engagement photos. Elizabeth and Andrew met at Berry College a few years ago and going back there for this session made these extra … Continue reading

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Vacation in Virginia.


This year, I spent my Black Friday driving across Tennessee and on into the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains of western Virginia. I visited my best friend in Lynchburg and we did a little photo session with her family and they are quite an adorable trio to say the least! Our session was near the Blue … Continue reading

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Pierce Avenue: Downtown Nashville Session


Meet Tony and Jaime Pierce, the husband and wife Nashville country duo called Pierce Avenue. Tony and Jaime are friends of mine from our home state of Texas, and we went downtown one afternoon in May to have a little photo shoot fun! You can read more about their amazing story on their website http://www.pierceavenue.com/ and … Continue reading

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Charming Charleston.


I had the privilege in September to spend a week on the beach in Isle of Palms, South Carolina just down the highway from Charleston. It was one of those work away from home weeks and I got to catch up on some freelance jobs and spend the rest of my time wandering the shore … Continue reading

Front Side of Ted's Bakery.

Aloha and Mahalo: A week on Oahu’s North Shore


Well, I’m a little behind on my editing and blogging because I’ve had quite a busy summer! I wanted these Hawaii photos to be the best edits they could be, so it’s been a long time coming to post them. Our trip was all the way back in June! A lot has happened in the … Continue reading

Green River Ordinance in Nashville.

Musician’s Corner: Green River Ordinance


On most Saturday afternoons in the months of May-August (approximately), Nashville has this really awesome free community event called Musician’s Corner in Centennial Park. It’s an event for locals and tourists alike to hear some amazing music on a beautiful lawn setting with food trucks everywhere and the cutest dogs you’ve ever seen competing for … Continue reading

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Atlanta in January.


Earlier in January, on MLK day in fact, I had the privilege of traveling down to Atlanta and spending the afternoon taking photos and exploring downtown (I absolutely love Atlanta). Then later that night I snapped a few shots at a Haiti benefit concert in Kennesaw, featuring country artists Courtney Dickinson and Cowboy Troy. Courtney … Continue reading

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The Warmest Christmas.


Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from KBP&D! I hope that your December was one to remember and that your New Year sparkled with hope for whatever 2013 will bring. My December was packed full of things to do and places to go and I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way. I had some wonderful … Continue reading

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Infuse 2012: A Youth Lock-In


I had an awesome experience getting to take photos this weekend at my church’s youth lock-in! I love watching the kids dive into worship and really being moved by God, but taking pictures of those moments is even better. I’ve come to realize that when I’m taking pictures and running a sound board or a … Continue reading

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A Southwestern Fourth of July.


I was very blessed to spend a week traveling to Texas and New Mexico to visit my family for the Fourth of July. Though, of course, I spent most of my time documenting the trip rather than actually relaxing as you are expected to on vacation. However, I say it wouldn’t have been vacation without my … Continue reading

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