wow! i have been on the go traveling for the past week photographing a beautiful wedding in rhode island and then heading to nyc for a workshop. i love traveling and shooting in new places! here's some of my favorites from nyc. i'm not a city person at all but it's so incredible there with all the lights and people. i was only there for a short time so i didn't get to see much of the city, but my cousin showed me around times square ( that's where these photos are from). i can't wait to go back and explore the city more!
the polaroids are some of my favorites from the feet first workshop i went to at the impossible project. it's such a great movement to bring back polaroids ( in october 2008 the impossible project saved the last polaroid production plant for integral instant film in enschede (NL) and started to re-invent and re-produce a new instant film for traditional polaroid cameras. ) i grew up taking polaroids so it was great to get back at it again and new york makes it easy to find some great things to shoot. i met some really awesome people there and am so excited to use what i learned!
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
abby is such a fun outgoing senior! her dog, daisy, passed away a couple weeks before our session so she wanted to have a little something in her photos to remind her with some daisy flowers! so you will see little peeks of daisy throughout the photos :)
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
these kids were so thrilled for this photo shoot and throughout the session they kept saying how they couldn't wait to see the photos! i love when clients are really excited for their sessions, especially the kiddos!! they were so easy to photograph and such sweet siblings. we ended by going down to the creek where they love to hang out. such great energy in all of them! thanks mom for letting them run around with me!!
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
liz and greg met at UC and are having their reception on UC's campus so what's more appropriate than doing some of the engagement photos there! it's such an architecturally interesting campus (it's know for it's architecture program!) with a mix of modern and traditional buildings. i loved how when i asked liz how they met she mentioned that they were good friends and one day thought "who is this person in front of me and why are we not dating?!" so sweet :) i'm looking forward to your wedding in march!!