I met up with Percie for a second session to complete her senior portraits. It was a bit warmer and sunnier and we had a great time adding smoke in some of the images!
The first time I met Percie and her mom Becky, we were knee deep in mud-literally. I joined my sister and her friends in a mud run a few years ago where we ran, we walked, we climbed, and we got extremely dirty…
I am so excited to be working on my business to get it to where I want it to be. I am in the process of a relaunch that will allow me to focus on providing the photography I love and want to grace the walls of the homes of my clients.
I think fall is one of my favorite times of the year to take photos. The colors that are painted by the natural world are unrivaled… Taking photographs are only an attempt to capture the beauty- to try to keep it around longer- because it is so fleeting.
Earlier this summer, I reached out to my social media following for some models to help update my portfolio. Kari was one of the people who got back to me and asked if we could do a senior session for her daughter. I’m so glad we did! Continue reading
I’ve known Brittney for a few years now, we met on a study abroad trip to Mexico in college. I was so excited to have the opportunity to take her portraits because that meant we could catch up! :) She’s a beautiful woman and has the most beautiful soul to match. Here’s a few of my favorites from her session:
My favorite part of creating my business and coming up with the branding has been picking out product packaging.
I was so excited to get to shoot some family portraits for an old friend from high school. We scheduled for the end of May which happened to be when the weather decided to pour on us consistently for what has been about 2 weeks! I didn’t think it was going to happen but we got lucky- a break in the storm allowed for a quick evening shoot. The images turned out beautifully and it was so fun to see this little family. Enjoy!
5 years… A lot happens in 5 years… 5 years is 60 months… 260 weeks… 1,825 days… 43,800 hours… 2,628,000 minutes…
You can pay off a car loan in 5 years, obtain a college degree, have a son grow to 4 years old…
For many, today is about church and egg hunts and Easter eggs and chocolate. For me, its about 5 years.
We were blessed to welcome a new little life the day after Thanksgiving this year.