This week's assignment for Be Still 52 reminded me of the importance of taking time to simply be alone. I don't know about you, but there's not much I like better than curling up with a book and a cup of tea and just watching the birds swooping about in utter silence. The image is one I've been wanting to make for awhile, so I'm happy this week was the time it finally got to leave that vague "some day..." region in my head and get captured with the camera!
Specializing in heirloom children's portraiture in the Maryland/Delaware area. I also enjoy creating art with landscape and nature photography. When I am not working with my camera, I am either writing or traveling. I am a published poet and short story writer.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Awaiting a New Beginning - Be Still 52
I'm taking a new class through the talented Kim Klassen. It is primarily for still life photographers. Since I create a lot of still life sets during weddings, parties, etc., I am sure it will come in handy! I am really enjoying it so far. Here is my first week's image:
Sunday, May 11, 2014
Fashion Edge Prom Portraits - Cecil County, Maryland
Prom and homecoming dances are such a huge milestone. You spend hours getting everything just right - finding that amazing gown, doing makeup...While you'll be getting a quick portrait at the event, it won't be about highlighting all the details. I love when clients find some time to book a prom session before the dance. We can really create some amazing images with a great fashion edge that are completely different from the formal shot they'll get at the dance that evening. Here are a few of my favorites from a recent prom portrait session in Cecil County, Maryland.
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