…because every picture tells a story…
This girl…she will graduate in exactly one week from today!
To say I’m very proud doesn’t seem like the right words.
I’m freaking over the moon with pride!
It’s Friday! It’s Friday!
Check out that cute fashionable cartoon of me. Ever heard of Bitmoji? I hadn’t until one of my awesome clients introduced me to this cute lil’app last fall. Now this fun app is all I use to communicate to my loved ones. Go check it out…it will definitely up your texting game.
January for me has been OK. My year started out with another child facing surgery to repair a torn ACL, so I’ve been cooped up inside making sure to stay on top of her pain while keeping her company, filling the ice machine, bringing her snacks, helping her to the potty, etc… She’s kept me amused with her SnapChat stories from friends, Harry Potter DVD’s, funny hand written notes with interesting art, and she started and completed 6 seasons of LOST. She was not happy with the ending…I could really care less. I tried to watch that series in 2005 and moved on after episode 5. I found it a bit bizarre. Anyway…her stitches were removed yesterday and she had her first PT appointment so we are seeing the light in the tunnel and moving forward. She’s excited to get back to school Monday and I don’t blame her. I remember how the world pretty much revolved around friendships when your 15 years old so she’s ready to get out.
I’m looking forward to the last few weeks of my vacation to complete Mallory’s senior portraits, design her album, and show her off to the family. Here’s just a peek at what I’m looking at!
The above images were taken at the Cadillac Ranch just outside Amarillo, TX. This place has a special meaning to Mallory since we’ve stopped here numerous times on our way to Albuquerque, and I’m all about capturing your child in a location that’s meaningful and will create stories.
Have a great weekend!
When I saw her dress I knew exactly where to place her. She seems so fairy-like to me that I needed to share this image.
All for now.
Light. It’s what I love. I seek it. I wait for the sun to get low and shoot right into it. Capturing lens flare makes me happy.
Photographing young adults for their parents brings me so much JOY! (video might take a moment to load)