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My business partner Ashley and I were in the Waynesville Daily Guide today! The full article can be found here: http://www.waynesvilledailyguide.com/news/20180712/local-photographers-raise-money-in-memory-of-four-month-old
Saturday, Ashley Bass Photography and I will be doing Super Hero Mini Sessions to raise money for Kent's memorial bench and tree at his favorite park in Waynesville, Missouri. We would love to see as many of you as possible! Sessions are 15 minutes long cost "donations" - the suggested amount is $100, but there is no minimum or maximum.
In 2016 when I was first starting my journey into video, I did a short fusion video with my children dying eggs and being silly. I didn't get to do it last year because Madeline was a very needy newborn, but this year I thought it would be fun to do something similar and compare the two, and have the memories of how much they've grown. I didn't take the time to watch the original before shooting so I only vaguely remembered what it contained, and was mostly focused (in my head) with it's technical flaws.
By now I'm sure ya'll know I'm pretty obsessed with birth.. and when Lexi asked me to be her birth photographer I JUMPED. It's been forever since I got my dose of oxytocin, and I adore her and her little family.
As she predicted, her labor was very similar to her first child's. Fast and furious! I was notified around lunchtime that she was going to be induced due to elevated blood pressure (she was just about 40 weeks) and to be ready to go in that evening. I paced a bit and packed what I needed, trying not to be overly anxious. Around 8:30 PM or so I got the notification they had checked in and were preparing to break her water, but not to rush.
I've been working on finding the perfect album for over two years now. I wanted not just a typical layflat option, but also an unbound box to chose from. Something that the kids and family could all enjoy while sitting around the living room, passing photos back and forth. It had to be aesthetically pleasing, so it could sit in plain sight on a shelf or entertainment stand without becoming an eyesore. Something people might inquire about, but also able to blend into each family's décor.
I was told Griffin loved Ice cream, especially mint chocolate chip. Apparently when I'm around though he wants nothing to do with sweet treats and just wants to be the center of attention LOL!
This sweet family reached out for a model call I put out a year ago, and I giggled when I realized they lived across the street from me. Since then, we've become friends and I've been so honored to photograph their family from time to time. Joe isn't fond of family photos, but doesn't mind my methods (or lack of methods) when it comes to documentary photographs and lets things happen naturally.
When we first got orders to Hawaii, I was secretly a little bummed. Coming from Florida, I was looking forward to living somewhere with seasons and snow. Plus it's super far away and expensive.
I didn't expect it to grow on me like it did! I'll always feel like Hawaii is home. It's the most beautiful place, with crystal clear teal waters, soft sand, and lots of aloha. The FOOD to die for, and there's always a gentle breeze. Getting off the airplane you immediately notice the smell of flowers everywhere.