This photo of the day was taken in Cabo San Lucas while on a work trip in 2010 (I know, rough life.) While waiting at the market, I took the photo and didn’t realize that I was supposed to pay to have the privilege to do so. Oops. This lizard cost me some pesos. Thanks amigo.
Shot outdoors by the river in South Fork, Colorado at the Arbor House Inn Bed & Breakfast— this family portrait session featuring six-month-old baby Saige just couldn’t get any more adorable. Still working on her sitting skills, my client had previously fallen over (as in flat out face in the grass) and needed some assistance to continue her super sweet modeling session. Her daddy came to the rescue. Sometimes we all need a little hand-holding assistance.
Yep, some days are like that. I totally get it sweetheart.
While interning under two wedding photographers in Southern California, one of them decided to play a game with me. While jumping back to the bridal suite really quick for a battery refresh, my photography mentor setup this shot and then challenged me to duplicate it on my camera. Personally I think he was just trying to show me how superior his equipment was to mine, but I still loved the challenge! Challenge accepted.
This was one of my first shoots for a client who owned a fitness studio in Southern California and needed photos for her business. Towards the end of the session she asked if she could don some new duds and get a few personal photos with her boyfriend’s bike. No problem. The shoot itself took a turn in a different direction than originally anticipated and ended up being more of a boudoir session. There is no doubt she had a rockin’ good time adding a little spice to the day, and the only thing I regret is that she wouldn’t let me keep her fabulous boots!