Yes, I love sun-kissed, sun drenched days. Who doesn’t? BUT not everyday is like that…
You all know by now that “my girls” become like family to me so at this time of year it becomes a little bittersweet.
It seems that the longer I photograph High School girls the more meaningful it becomes. Now that I’ve gone through the Senior Squad with my daughter it takes on a whole new meaning. Here’s the perspective coming from both me as a mom and my daughter.
I hate how I look in pictures. I don’t like any pictures of myself….
I hear this a lot. I mean A LOT!
We (my assistants and I) always kid around with the girls that we take them to the nicest places. It’s not uncommon for us to be jumping fences, navigating around puddles or
This time of year the girls and I usually end up talking about favorite memories, gifts and traditions surrounding the holidays. What isn't lost on me…
One of my favorite Thanksgiving traditions…
This one was a special one. You'll see why at the end of the video. As I played Riley's video of her photoshoot her father sat beside her. I typically am watching the video along with the parents and daughter but this time was a little different.
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There are certain moments, images and locations that I become completely absorbed in during a photoshoot. Afterwards, I start looking at the video and images from that particular time and there’s a feeling that I get. Then I have to put it all together hoping you feel something too. This was one of those moments. It’s from Jordyn’s shoot which I’ll show you in another post. For now, I wanted to share this.
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