Happy 4th everyone! I hope that everyone is having a safe and family oriented holiday! I recently had the chance to photograph the Boyd family and they were so fun. We went to a local park and got these great family portraits for them since they hadn't had any in the past three years. Always a great thing to be able to preserve memories for families and be able to hang out for the afternoon with great kids!
While I was in Alabama a great friend and old boss of mine needed updated photos to document her family and there time in the south. So while there we had this mini session at a nearby park and got these great shots. I even got my little Calvin Klein model for the day to give me some interesting faces while we were out. It was so good to see them and hang out for the few moments we had.
I met Ms. Ivy online and we sent text back and forth for a couple of days and then met up for this session. We clicked right away and we had an amazing time on our shoot. Ivy was such a sweet person to work with and we vibed on everything from yoga to tattoos. She recently just started her own yoga studio and you can find her on IG and YouTube to see her words of inspiration and daily poses. I will definitely look her up when I head back to Cali!
I was excited to be contacted by this blended family to photograph their love for each other. I recently met them while in school and built a quick respect and friendship with them. The girls were absolutely adorable and one was camera ready at all times...which makes me very happy as a photographer. It was a pleasure photographing them on location in Richmond, Virginia and I look forward to many more sessions together.
Excited was not the word to describe my emotions as Ms. Merlene stepped out with this burgundy hair and makeup on point for her session! She came ready to work and gave it everything for these images. We had a great time walking around Richmond to obtain these images and she was an ultimate professional. I have learned to travel to find these hidden gems that others are not willing to. I am grateful for finding her and hope that our paths will cross again.
Who doesn't remember their Senior year and all the excitement of getting ready to graduate? Senior sessions always take me back to my senior portraits and the fun I had having my own portraits taken. I recently had the opportunity to meet this young lady and she was so sweet. Just calm and wanted photos with her guitar and nothing to fancy. Her gorgeous blue eyes and wonderful smile were such a delight to capture so she will have these photos for years to come.