My daughter and I ventured into the freezing (literally – it was 10° Fahrenheit) woods today trying to bring an idea I had in my head for a photoshoot to life. I have been going through the images tonight, and they are exactly what I was hoping they would be. At one point, I was having her blow some glitter from her hands, and the first time she did it, she got a little too enthusiastic. Notice the puffed cheeks and cloud of glitter? I was about four feet away from her and got showered with it!
I love that Reagan is so willing to be my guinea pig and go through torture when I have crazy ideas!
Two of my absolutely favorite people. Le has been my work advisor for a little over a year, and I worked with Danny for a while. They are two of the most genuine, kind, and funny people I know. I am deeply honored they chose me to document their relationship and engagement.
I have known this family nearly my entire life, and Chad and I knew one another through school. Such a great family, and beautiful kids!
When I took Toni’s senior pictures the first time, she still had braces on and planned on having a second session after she got her braces off. After fighting the weather, we finally managed to meet up last week. Our session flew by, and, just like before, she was absolutely beautiful!
Toni and I had a quick session this morning in the snow at Catherine Creek State Park. It was the first time we met, even though our mothers work together. She is sweet, funny, and beautiful inside and out.
When I have photo sessions, they are usually high school seniors or families, and it seems like I am usually photographing girls, and very rarely do I get to work with little boys. One of my oldest friends was in town with his son for the Thanksgiving holiday, and we spent a morning having a photo session. Dean and Flint are the first father-son session I’ve ever had, and there is something so unique and wonderful about that connection and relationship. It was an honor for me to capture theirs.