Nina has the soul of an artist. Willing to climb in abandoned buildings and roll in the rubble we collaborated for some really awesome and unique, not-a-studio portraits. Thanks for a great session Nina, I’m pleased with how these came out.
Archive: September, 2011
It’s always fun to hang out with the cool kids. Alex and Mark fit the bill- and it was fun to hang out with them, even if it was a bit chilly to start with. I photographed Mark’s sister’s wedding in 2009 (one of my favorites!) so I knew right away at our initial consultation that all three of us would get along just fine. Thank you both for being so willing to try all of my crazy suggestions.. I am pleased with the outcome, and I know you will be too. We’ll definitely have a story to tell about the trains passing by!
Alex was a trooper with the cool weather and wearing a dress. Worth it!
A little over 2 years ago, I had the pleasure of shooting Carson’s 1st birthday party for friends from college of my wife and I (Erin and Dan). Erin contacted me a while ago and let it be known I was photographing her daughter Ellery’s 1st birthday as well. I was happy to see everyone again and Ellery and Carson were a blast. My boys had a lot of fun playing with Carson’s toys haha and they all had messy mouths from enjoying their cake.
By the way, I should visit Erin and Dan more, because each time I do, we walk away with an easy, inexpensive and tasty soup recipe. Cream of potato, bacon, loads of cheese and frozen veggies for
filler the impression of a bit of health? Heck yeah! This time it was a chicken soup with star pasta and basil… mmm. I know visitors at my house benefit from this- so thank you Erin and Dan for those recipes
We started with some traditional family portraits, some treasure hunts outside, followed by lunch (and aforementioned soup), then Ellery’s chance to eat some nice mushy messy cake. This was followed by some play and opening of gifts. Along the way I capture a lot of great photos- so enjoy