Tuesday, November 18, 2014

A Portrait Adventure With Zoe

Now that it's getting cold I am grateful that I got to get out an enjoy the beautiful fall this year. As a bonus I got to work with some really great high school seniors. It's very special to me to have my portraits be their yearbook photos!

Zoe was a little nervous at first, as most of my clients are, but with my direction and silly fart jokes, we had a bunch of fun and got some amazing portraits. What a an adventure!











My favorite part was at this cafe I said "how about a Parisian Cafe look with the wood and the lights?" And Zoe said "Yes, I studied in Paris for a year". Am I a mind reader or what? 

Saturday, November 1, 2014

Fun and Happy Halloween

This Halloween I photographed three events in one day. What fun!!

Here's a little sneak preview of the event Muse Event Center put on for the Heart of the Beast Theater. Nothing is better than dancing with giant puppets!!



Friday, October 17, 2014

I get to work in the best places




I have the best job in the world and get to go to awesome places. Last week I got to ride the riverboat Minneapolis Queen and had a river view of the changing colors. What a treat! 




Saturday, October 11, 2014

Overworked and Happy

Numb fingers and shoulder pain, that is what the busy season feels like. Shooting, editing, retouching, rinse and repeat. Good thing I love my chiropractor. No pain, no gain right? 

So here's a little fun from one of my recent Senior Portrait Sessions.









Friday, September 26, 2014

Feeling Cutesy (I must be delirious from exhaustion)

Woke up exhausted but in a GREAT mood. Maybe it's because I made it through a 13 hour event yesterday, maybe because I am waiting on a phonecall about a project I am REALLY looking forward to. Either way I am trying to catch up on emails but took a lunch break and feeling cutesy. So here's some 2 adorable favorites from a session a few months ago that I am archiving.


Monday, September 22, 2014

Pimpin' Ain't Easy

"Pimpin' Ain't Easy." That's what I saw on the back of a semi on the highway today. Then I had the pleasure of photographing this million dollar property in Eden Prairie and that phrase was running around my head. I had to share my photos because I had a blast working here. How could I not?