Posts tagged georgetown
Zendaya + Gal Gadot Meet in the Middle for Rockstar Senior Portrait

D is the second rockstar senior I’ve photographed this spring, and with a look that’s somewhere between Gal Gadot and Zendaya, we ended up with some really gorgeous-yet-edgy portraits…

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Georgetown Senior Portraits - Baseball Edition

If in 5 years you feel like you heard about Malachi way before he was famous, well, you just look back and remember that you heard about him here...

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Motherhood Portrait

You will know tiredness like you never knew it before,
And days will run into days that are exactly the same,
Full of feeding and burping,
Whining and fighting,
Naps, or lack of naps. It might seem like a never-ending cycle.

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Motherhood, Baby, and Family Portrait Photography

BONUS TIP:
Erin was about 3 months pregnant in these photos, which was not the original "plan", and let me know ahead of time that she was expecting. These photos are a great example of how, through simple posing and styling, you can either maximize or hide any curves or pregnancy.

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Acting Headshots & Beauty Portrait

What's a beauty portrait?

A beauty portrait is you at your gala-best. It's you in your imagination when....

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Georgetown Christmas Portrait - The Pajama Edit

When Angel contacted me to schedule her family portraits I knew right away she was going to be a ton of fun to photograph. Check out their two Christmas card photos at the end! Would you ever do a family photo in your Christmas Eve pajamas? 

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My Story - Mother Maker Interview
"As I sat there listening to these mothers, I felt really out of place. One of the women had been coming to the group for about a year, and she just kept talking about how horrible her life was, and going on and on. Some women didn’t want to open up, and others really opened up. But to me, it felt like the women there saw themselves as victims and were [myopic and] unable to see a bigger picture. I didn’t feel that there was any instruction or encouragement [on how to get better], and I ended up feeling even worse when I left. I knew I never wanted to do that again. It shook me awake. I [realized that I] saw myself as a strong person, not as a victim,  and I needed to redirect my negative energy into something else. That was the permission I needed to start working again on my business, and to really pour myself into that."

I didn't want to be someone who was still struggling a year later, and I decided that wasn't going to happen. 

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For all my Californians <3

I am beyond glad to announce that this year, the week before Christmas, I will be taking a very limited number of sittings in...

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Getting Ready for Your Custom Portrait

You have booked your session. CONGRATULATIONS. You are about to experience a completely custom, unique-to-you makeover and photoshoot to create gorgeous fine art portraits that show you off to the world!

So... now what?

Now..... you prepare. Just a few things to do as you get ready for your big day! 

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