Stunning and sweet Sailor, shot in a studio session in Atlanta.
Posts Tagged 'children commercial photography'
Pinch me… I can’t believe I was there. Rags to Riches shoot in France for Child Model Magazine.
Children Fashion Photography
Pinch me, pinch me, pinch me that this even happened. No that castle wasn’t photoshopped, I can’t believe I was there. This was an editorial for Child Model Magazine – Rags to Riches… enjoy.
Some of my favorite photos of Hudson and Belle….
Haute Baby AW15 Collection
Field of Dreams – some magical award winning shots…
Completely obsessed with these photos I did for Love Baby J – one of my favorite models, Brooklyn – her hair… omg… just love this shoot. The lighting was killer.
Magical Holiday Photo Shoot for Love Baby J Couture Dresses.
Holiday Photo Shoot
I love the Holiday Season SO MUCH! I mean, I think more than the average person maybe – I’m totally in love with the magic of Christmas, snow, etc. This was a fun shoot I did for Love Baby J’s Holiday 2014 Collection.
Stunning Ellery Davidson in some beautiful natural light portraits.
Fine Art Photography
children portrait photographer
I was lucky to take photos of Ellery for a special photo shoot with Persnickety Clothing Company. They chose to highlight her in one of their catalogs. Ellery faces a very rare disease called PCD, and fights daily battles to keep her lungs clear. If you are curious about her story visit her website: www.elleryslife.com. She is an amazing musician, dancer and person. I had so much fun at this photo shoot…
I actually originally discovered her at my daughter’s dance studio, she was waiting for a class in her dance clothes with her hair pulled back, but I could immediately see something special in her and approached her and her mom about letting me photograph her (I don’t do this very often). SINCE then she has skyrocketed in the acting and modeling scene with a top agent in LA and has already filmed a major national commercial and been a guest star on a Disney TV Show!
A few of these photos are of her and her sweet Mama, a good friend of mine… hope you enjoy these photos as much as I do.
Beautiful Corbin boy.
An all time favorite shoot – magical photos of a boy and his dog and the story of how I got the photos.
This is one of my all time favorite shoots… and it happened in a matter of minutes. We were hanging out at home one evening when I got inspired by the storm rolling in… I saw perfect lighting with a little bit of drama. My middle child, Hudson was playing his iPad when I ran into our living room telling him to follow me to go get dressed into something. Acting as a typical 5 year old boy, he was not very excited about a photo shoot – so I bribed him with a new iPad game, I told him “if you come do this shoot with me I will buy you a new iPad game”. THE DEAL WAS DONE.
We raced back to his bedroom and I snagged these amazing overalls by Blu Pony Vintage, I had wanted to do a shoot with him and our dog Piper, so that was in the back of my head. We then ran into our backyard and climbed the barbed wire fence into the farmers field directly behind us… and there it was… an ugly small dirt hill that I had never even thought about using for photos before – but it just hit me, it was perfect. I knew the storm was going to hit soon, we had a matter of minutes so I yelled for him to run up the hill and of course Piper immediately followed.
As soon as I started shooting I knew I was capturing magic, and the fact that it was with my own little boy and his dog was too much for me to handle. As I sat there taking the photos it was silent, I didn’t have to tell him anything, he was playing with his dog and I was there to capture the moment. I was literally sobbing while I took these sweet photos that I will cherish for the rest of my life. I actually get emotional just remembering that sweet moment – those amazing 15 minutes where I was able to capture the sweetness, and the purity of childhood with my little boy and his dog.
Frozen, Frozen, Frozen!
Frozen, Elsa and Anna costumes
How could I have gotten through 2014 without doing a Frozen shoot… I mean really. And if it weren’t for this talented costume designer, Ella Dynae I wouldn’t have shot these. She does her costumes so tastefully and makes them exactly like what is in the movies, your imagination, whatever – she gets it. I was really nervous to shoot “costumes” I didn’t want them to come off as cheesy – hope I pulled it off. It was so much fun playing in this fake snow by Sno Wonder.