Saturday, June 28, 2014

A Dad and His Girls.

Hello there!

One of my favorite things about photography is the opportunity I have to meet new people. I love getting to know my clients and having the chance to be a part of their lives, if only for an hour. I love seeing their relationships and interactions with the people they love through my lens and having the beautiful opportunity to capture those moments forever. It truly is the best part of my job!

Recently I got to meet and work with this darling family. It was easy to see that this Dad/Husband was quite smitten with the girls in his life. As my little boy would say, "He is girl-trapped!", but doesn't mind one bit. The Wintertons live in the same neighborhood as my brother and sister in law. They are such a sweet family and I truly enjoyed working with them. It was a beautiful evening and we practically had the American Fork Amphitheater to ourselves...which never happens! You just can't beat that.

Thank you, again, Winterton Family for allowing me to be your photographer. I hope to see you soon!

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Sister Evans

Meet Elise. Isn't she darling? I dare say this session is one of my favorite missionary shoots to date. When Elise walked up wearing that classy, timeless navy dress, I knew it was going to be a good one.  ;)  And just as I thought, it was an absolute pleasure working with this sweet (and hilarious) girl. Completely easy going, fun and photogenic, Elise made my job a breeze. Not to mention the evening was simply gorgeous and we couldn't have asked for better weather.  Plus Elise's Mom came along and I really, really adore her Mom.  Caroline (Mom) and Elise brought some darling props to give character to our session and the Mt. Timpanogos Temple was the perfect setting to document Elise's upcoming adventure of serving a full time mission in the Chesapeake, Virginia Mission.

I'll be honest, I can hardly believe how grown up Elise is. I first met Elise when my family and I moved in to our current home.  She was only about 12 years old and just a young girl. But here she is now, a wonderful grown woman, ready to go out and serve the Lord and the people of Virginia on her mission. She will be a wonderful missionary and will be a blessing in the lives of many.  Even though I know her Mom will miss her dearly.

All the best to you, Sister Evans!