Always with love, Honemade Photography captures the glimpses into life that make your story so unique. I'm all about celebrating everyday moments in the comfort of socks and slippers in your home.
Hey there, how you doin'? I am Sarah Hone. The lady behind the lens. I get my crafty genes from my Momma and my home DIY bug from my Dad. My husband, Brian, has planted a "You Need a Budget" seed in my mind that has helped grow and fine tune priorities in my life. Doing so has allowed me to spend my time, energy and money on what matters most to me. You've landed on my page already knowing photography is a way of life for me but what about the in-between moments? Who else am I? Well, I dig gardening and cooking bomb-ass meals at home. Well, to be perfectly honest, Brian does the cooking. I am there for moral support and the occasional chop or stir. Checked bag? What's that? We've got packing all the essentials in one backpack and jetting to another country for over a week down to a science. Travel has become a huge priority. Although, I haven't figured how to stop missing my fur kids while I'm gone. I don't think I ever will. They are everything.
I love Zula and Huckleberry's unconditional love and the responsibility that comes with being a dog mom. They share the same passion for wandering the historic streets of my neighborhood as well as the woods. There is not a morning that goes by that I don't wake up to snuggles and soft tunes. I'm serious! We have a smart home hub that everyday at 7 A.M. the lights come slowly on, Alexa says, "good morning sunshine" then starts playing Coffee House Acoustics on Spotify. Followed by two wet noses nuzzling my face coaxing me to get up. It's like clock work as well as a beautiful start to my day and every day.
Music plays a huge role in my life. So much so, that Brian and I decided to say our "I do's" smack dab in the middle of Hangout Fest 2014. It was the first year the festival offered a wedding chapel on the beach. We were surrounded by 35,000 +/- people. It was after Blackberry Smoke preformed but before our (then favorite) reggae band SOJA. We timed it so we could listen to them live after our ceremony. How many people get to say that?!
Be prepared to have a jam sesh anytime we work together!