Since the beginning of the year I have been committed to finding the perfect frame to present to my clients that is not only cost effective but is of high quality.
I have teamed up with a Company that specifically caters to professional photographers and I will be pre-ordering samples for the new year. My goal for 2018 is to help you see the value in framed portraits, I love seeing framed portraits hung up on the wall.
I would love your opinion on what you think about these. They’re very simple and modern and will look great in any home!
All frames will be matted and ready to hang with your favorite portrait!
I am offering Christmas Cards to past clients who would like to use their portraits for cards to send out to their families.
Your Cards will include:
All this for $65 and I will deliver them to you, If you would like to order Christmas Cards please let me know and I will send you to a link where you can choose your portraits to put on your cards.
Its that time of year again! If your like most families who send out Christmas Cards each year, now is the time to book your portrait session.
I have limited spots open due to the Holidays!
NOVEMBER DATES ARE ONLY AVAILABLE DURING THE WEEK.
NOVEMBER 19 @3 OPEN
DECEMBER WEEKENDS 16TH & 17TH ALL OTHER DATES ARE DURING THE WEEK.
I need help with product selection. I would love to hear what you prefer the most. Would you rather have portraits prints and wall art that you can order separate or purchase from collections that have a mixture of everything?
Back in June I wrote an article about WORTH, and what it meant to hire a professional photographer. I want you all to remember what it means to have that portrait of yourself or with your family. If you haven't read it, here is the link.
As we go on with life and everyday challenges, we must remember that time flies by very fast! Before you know it, the week is over, the months have passed and its a year later. All those things you told yourself you wanted to get done, never happened. So, you pushed them to next year, and the year after. Your children are now grown, and have gone off to college. You try to think back when they were babies, what it was like the first day of kindergarten. The first time they rode their bike with no training wheels, or even when they passed their drivers test. You go to your closet or storage and start to drag out that box you have stashed away with all your memories and you start digging for photos of your children or maybe even photos of your mom who passed away a few years back and you realize……. you don't have as many as you thought you did. Then you REMEMBER that was one of the things you promised yourself you were going to do that year!
SLOW DOWN people, the world is not going to stop spinning, the house will never be clean enough, the laundry will always need to be done, bills will never go away, and work will be there the next day. There will be soccer games to go to, baseball practice, dance class, and lots of birthday parties......
You need to ask yourself, what are you doing to build memories, what are you doing to CAPTURE those memories, because simply being there is not enough! The laundry can wait, you can miss one game of practice, you can take a sick day off of work. Schedule an appointment to have your portraits taken of you and your family. Why do I say this? because you'll forget to print those photos of you and your family from that trip you took with your fancy camera you purchased. You'll never print the photos you've taken with your phone, or you'll forget all together to take photos. WHY? Because life happens, we get busy, were too tired, whatever the reason is, this is why it is important to schedule a session with a professional photographer. The only job you need to do is to look fabulous and smile.
Remember what is important. When your long gone, what will be left of you, for your loved ones to remember you by? Make time!
Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.-Dr Seuss
No one can ever prepare you for losing a loved one, especially a parent. I lost my mom on August 23rd and I feel like I died with her. It’s been so hard not seeing her face and going over to her house every day, just to visit. I want to thank everyone for being patient, we will be having her services next week so Im hoping to have some sort of normalcy after that. I will be rescheduling sessions, consultations and reveals. My mom once told me my photography was my lively hood, so I must keep pushing and do what I love.