A Mother and Son

Posted on 13. Apr, 2017 by .

0

A couple of days ago I had posted that I needed a baby and toddler to photograph for an ad that we are going to be running. Within a few minutes, I had who I needed. This morning I was able to create the first image I wanted. Molly brought Boyd in and after I explained what I wanted, she and Boyd performed perfectly! After I had the image I planned on we then created beautiful portraits of the two of them. Thank you, Molly!!! This image is exactly what I needed.

Tags: , , ,

Continue Reading

Send To A Friend Your Thoughts

Leave a Reply

Always A Privilege

Posted on 07. Apr, 2017 by .

0

One of the best parts of my job is being privileged to watch family’s change and to be involved in their children’s growing up. The first time I photographed King he was a little boy. Over the years as he has grown into a young adult and it has been rewarding to follow his progress. Honored to be able to create senior portraits that mean something to him and his parents. Thanks to the whole family, as this was a session where everyone was involved! Love when the parents and siblings participate!!!!

 
 
 

Tags: , , , , ,

Continue Reading

Send To A Friend Your Thoughts

Leave a Reply

More Senior Coffee Table Books

Posted on 03. Apr, 2017 by .

0

Playing catch up and haven’t had time to post much of anything on social media. Excited that we have an intern starting today to help stay up to date online.

Another one of our wonderful seniors from last year. In talking with Braden, during the planning session, he said he wanted to do something with piano and basketball. We made both of those happen at McCallie, except the day we showed up to do the piano portraits in the chapel all the power had been shut off to the chapel for maintenance! Ah, that is what we do, create under adversity. The basketball image had to be delayed because someone (Braden) had injured their foot and we had to wait for the doctors OK. Then I tried to give his mother and my assistant a heart attack because of my precarious perch high up on a ladder to get the overhead image I had in mind.

Tags: , , , ,

Continue Reading

Send To A Friend Your Thoughts

Leave a Reply