Be-YOU-tiful “Some people look for a beautiful place. Others make a place beautiful.” That about sums it up. Beautiful Senior. Beautiful place. Blessed.
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Winter Flurries Today my daughter sat dreamily in front of the window drawing pictures of a snowmen. The occasional snow flurries were beautiful to watch, but did not hold much promise for snowman-building. Anyway, I wanted to share some my “winter” images from an awesome workshop I attended in January in Atlanta, sponsored by Leslie Kerrigan […]
Finding the Way It was my great pleasure to photograph Miss Charis, high school Senior, Class of 2013. We had amazing light for our session! The sun glistened gold through the loosened leaves of the fall trees, and like magic, the bees that had buzzed warnings earlier fled as we arrived at our secret spot […]
Truer Than True I have truly enjoyed photographing some amazing Chattanooga Seniors this year! Senior year is such an important time in your life, and you and your parents will want it well documented. Helping you create images that tell about the TRUE YOU is my goal…your story, your plans, your goals, and your dreams. […]
All You Need Is Love & Chocolate Winter can be a great time to do a photo shoot! Just think…no annoying bugs or heat and humidity to deal with! Some winter days are very refreshing in Chattanooga with the cool air, especially if you are wearing layers. Layers add style, just like the outfit below. […]
Sunny Day In the City We have so many beautiful photos from Ms Molly’s Senior portrait shoot! She was so eager and flexible, we were able to capture so many different looks. First there was the bicycle picnic shoot (go here), then the equestrian shoot (go here and here), and now I want to share a […]
Sunny Day…Part 2 We had cats prowling, chickens scurrying, dogs sniffing, horse-tails swishing, and sunlight beaming… all these sights and sounds were the perfect combination of background elements for this country vintage session. Just wanted to share a few more images of the stunning Miss Molly, Senior 2013. Even though she is not really a […]