P&W Photography are Phil & Whitney Mayhew, a husband/wife team located in Nebraska & documenting the good life throughout the Midwest. P&W Photography are non-traditional, storytelling photographers who specialize in lifestyle & documentary-inspired photography, making it their goal to capture authentic moments & genuine emotions. They are always eager to travel to new places & meet new people.
Phil enjoys tacos & cheeseburgers. Probably too much. Also pizza. He loves listening to vinyl records & walking the cobblestone streets of Charleston. Above all, he is grateful for undeserved Love.
Whitney is fueled by fashion & essential oils. She's a Southern Belle with the sweetest accent this side of the Mississippi. She loves vintage jewelry & cannot bear the thought of passing a farmers market without stopping.
Phil & Whitney are parents to two incredible little girls & a sweet Morkie pup. They recently fulfilled their dream of restoring an old, historic building & their love of antiques will likely lead to their television debut on A&E's Hoarders.
I love the picture of Phil and Whitney holding hands. It says so much. Hundreds of thousands of babies are born every day in the world – none as beautiful as Zoey of course – but sheer numbers dilute the event to ho hum to everyone outside of immediate family and close friends. However, what is truly amazing is the love and commitment of the parents to each other and this is exemplified in the photo. Phil was there for Whitney, supporting her, witnessing events, making the journey special and visa versa. The photo also harkens to the future reality that even though you have this wondrous blessing, it is still about the two of you. You two come first, you two are the foundation and during her life and throughout your life, the focus must remain on Phil and Whitney as a couple. The entire photo journal is just wonderful. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for such a wonderful comment, you certainly have a way with words!We’ve talked about this very thing a lot since we have been home from the hospital. More times than we can count, someone has told us something along the line of, “Sure, you love your spouse, but there is no love in the world than that for your child.” While we both agree that our love for Zoey is a different kind of love, it certainly does not supersede our love for each other—if anything, our love for one another has grown even stronger during this process.
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