Our latest senior client is a star in his own right. He plays the trumpet and is starring in the local high school’s musical — Little Shop of Horrors. We are grateful to be able to spend the afternoon with him and his amazing mom and capture some memories of this special time in his life. Will Joe be the next Broadway star or go off to Hollywood? Only time will tell, but with talents, looks and the manners like his, we’re sure he’ll be a success at no matter what he does!
I love the Morgan family. We have been friends for more than 14 years, and I love that I get to photograph their sweet family every year. Their family has certainly changed over the years — going from seven to eight to nine and now back to eight (when one is on a mission)! It’s always a fun time, and I love trying to find new places to photograph them each year.
What I love about establishing relationships with clients, is that you get to know their photography style and what they like and do not. I love how we collaborate to capture the true personality of their family and create keepsakes they will treasure forever.
As many of you might know I’ve been working on a book Kansas City Missouri Temple, 5th Anniversary Edition. As part of that book, we needed to get some head shots of different people. While I was working on photos of Michelle and her hubby, Pete, we decided to take a few head shots for Michelle’s work. Isn’t she gorgeous?! I don’t think she can take a bad picture.
I’ve known this handsome young man since he was born. He’s the son of some of our college besties. He is as kind, smart and articulate as he is handsome. His only flaw….growing up! I can’t believe he’s in his senior year. So fun to spend time with him and his amazing mom, Jenny, in downtown Kansas City for his senior pictures. Love this family, and I can’t wait to see what Eli does next.
These adorable sisters are as sweet as they are cute. They have the most gorgeous pairing of blue/green eyes and thick brown hair. Their grandparents brought them in to get photographed while they were visiting them. So grateful to spend the evening capturing this keepsake pictures. ❤
Being a single mom is a tough job, but Jo is pretty much Wonder woman to her girls and to anyone who knows her. She has worked full time, served in demanding leadership callings at church, and through it all raised some pretty terrific women of her own. I was grateful to spend the afternoon taking some pictures for them. Can you believe they haven’t had family pictures taken since her oldest was four….I’d say it was high time! By the way, aren’t they all gorgeous?! They just glow!