Not gonna lie here…blogging…well I struggle with it. However, it is what it is and I’ll do my best to check in and share what I’m working on.
Last spring I had the chance to photograph a few beautiful girls in a local apple orchard during the blooming season. Here’s a bit of what I captured.
Thanks for stopping by!
From my home to yours I wish you a wonderful Christmas season!
The studio will be closed from December 13th, 2016 and re-open on February 6th, 2017. During that time I will be making business plans for an incredible 2017 season!
All voice messages and email’s will be returned at the beginning of February.
Thank you for a wonderful season and I can’t wait to photograph you in 2017!
I photograph AWESOME kids! And I’m always happy to brag like a proud parent when I see them in the spotlight.
Sending out a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to these two guys who helped lead their football team to victory at STATE! (Regis 27, Darlington 14) Such a wonderful way to end your high school career sport.
Life is GOOD.
Here’s a small recap found on WEAU’s website. Click Here
Never saw this movie…but I’m sure there is someone in the world that quotes this line. 🙂
How do you want to be remembered?
Seems like an easy question to me. But when you’re asking a young adult (say 17 or 18) about…. well…basically…for all of eternity…. can’t take it back kinda of thing…I’m met with crickets. Nada. Zip. Zero. Cue blank stare.
You may ask why I even ask such a question. Well….that’s what I ask all my high school seniors when they need to pick ONE, uno, un, image of their best self for the yearbook. I’d say ninety percent of all of my seniors say they want to be remembered as happy. Kiddo’s to those young adults who view happiness as being successful. But I also know behind that response is an amazing parent who instilled that belief. I love my clients.
AND BY THE WAY…YOUR YEARBOOK IMAGE IS DUE TODAY!