Katie is an artist and was looking for something edgy and VERY different from all the other senior portraits she's seen. She came to the right place!
What can I say about Colin except he was SUCH a joy to be with!
He's 2 1/2 and is just so happy that it's contagious. He and his mom thought of funny words to say during the session to make him laugh.In this image I think it was "newspaper"!
I love how small he looks in this series of pictures. Even Spot, his stuffed dog, looks big next to him.
This is a location I usually bring teenagers for their senior portraits but I thought I'd give it a try with Colin- I LOVE IT! I'm so glad he brought Spot with him.
This image and the first image I posted are my absolute favorites from the session!
How can you NOT fall in love with him-just look at that little face!
I can't wait to see you again Colin!
I photographed his parents wedding 6 years ago! Now I get to photograph Kameron as he grows up. What an honor. This is my favorite image. LOOK AT THOSE EYES!!
This is another favorite, and they were taken one right after the other. He was trying to get my camera. He was trying SO HARD to crawl to me!
Kameron with his best friend, Wesley.
This is the second year I've photographed my friend, Christine, and her family. This year Leo (the youngest) knew to expect more than just ONE photograph was going to be taken and he was in a much better mood.
This is my favorite of the family portraits. We took advantage of the Memorial Bridge closure.
This is my favorite portrait of the boys. I just LOVE this shot!
Look at Leo's happy face! He makes this image!
WOW-what a difference a year makes! Is Leo actually enjoying himself?
This is another of my favorites!
I LOVE this picture of Isaac in his blue sweatshirt!
What will we do next year? Good thing I have a year to think about it!