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I met Whiney over coffee a week before we took photos and it felt like we had been friends forever. I can't say enough wonderful things about this one- she is magic. Her warmth and her contagious smile are two of her greatest strengths and I'm so glad I was able to capture all of that and more. Whitney- you're already a game changer. So excited for you on your senior year and all the exciting things to come.
It's really amazing to see someone really grow into who they are now. Anna is one of these people and I am so proud of her. Congrats on your senior year, Anna!
I always told myself that I'd never really photograph maternity sessions, but I'm telling you what- with clients like Alison and Franklin, you can not go wrong. These two welcomed me into their darling Seattle home and we shared many laughters and created rad images that I am proud to share. Alison and Franklin have been married for three years- meeting Freshmen year of college and after a few years, she admitted to Franklin that she had more-than-friends feelings towards him... to which Franklin responded, "Really?"
I love it. Alison is due at the end of this month and they are waiting to find out the sex. They're going to be amazing parents, because they're amazing human beings.
See more maternity sessions here.
I've known isaiah since elementary school. Needless to say, we've both grown up quite a bit :) He's doin' and makin' music.
Here's part two of my time with Reesa and Jeff a few short weeks ago. I had such a hard time picking frames to blog because there were so many that I loved. They made my job so incredibly easy! Reesa and Jeff were recently married so stay tuned for that post. Until then, I experimented with film and blogged that portion here. Hope you're all enjoying the Seattle sun today!
"Dorothy, when I get married you are going to photograph my wedding!" said Reesa, sitting across the lunch table over four years ago. Now here we are and it's actually coming true. Who knew? I remember going to my Senior prom with this girl in my group and then the year after, photographing her senior portraits. Seeing her with Jeff totally makes sense. They are two of the kindest and most genuine people I've come across in my life. They wanted this time together to be as low-key and fun as possible, which resulted in games of Mother, May I and Simon Says. So fun! These two challenged me in my art in the best way possible and I left them remembering why I love this job of mine so much. To add a little bit of somethin' somethin', I decided to photograph some frames with my 35mm and these are the results. Stay tuned for more of these two! They're getting married tomorrow!