Three years ago, Jon and Megan met while working at Bank of America. The two’s friendship quickly turned to love, and when the two purchased their first house together last December, Jon surprised Megan by putting a ring in a bouquet of flowers that he strategically put on the kitchen counter. Megan thought the flowers were just a sweet gesture to celebrate their new home, so she never really looked at the flowers close enough to see the ring. So Jon pulled the ring out, got down on one knee and asked Megan to spend the rest of her life with him. Megan said ‘yes!”.
The two choose Flagstaff for their engagement session because they love the town and the scenery. But in true Flagstaff weather fashion, a spring day quickly turned into a winter storm and we were chased off the San Francisco Peaks during a sleet and wind storm. We chose, instead, the grounds at Lowell Observatory and downtown Flagstaff to capture their time here. These two are so sweet together. I loved watching how they interacted, laughed and touched each other so lovingly.
Neither Megan nor Jon work at the bank anymore. Megan is with PayPal and Jon, a retired professional cyclist, is now the owner and coach with Fast Twitch Coaching. This week, he’s at the Tour of the Gila helping Silber Pro Cycling. Never one to slow down, he’ll be back in Flagstaff this coming June as a coach for the USA Cycling Development Camp.
Congrats you two and I’m looking forward to your November wedding!