Baby Peanut came to the studio a couple days after she was born… boy was she tiny! Her parents participated in the session too, and we created some adorable family portraits for them to enjoy. Peanut was a joy to
Mike had his senior portraits done at our studio recently. While we kept things simple, Mike did decide to have me create senior portraits for him both in studio and outdoors. I love the dramatic edgy feel in a few
You might remember Athena, the adorable puppy dog I photographed over a year ago. Well, Athena convinced her human, Angel, to schedule a family portrait session a few weeks ago! So, we planned a relaxed session at their home, including
Jasmine is a 2011 senior at Pioneer High School. She came to the studio for her senior portrait session this summer! We started indoors, and then proceeded downtown for some more variety. I really loved how these turned out, and
Here are some images from Terrance’s senior portrait session. Terrance is a 2010 senior, and will be going to MSU next year!
Here are a few of Bailey’s senior portraits, from her studio and location session! I love the look and feel of these images.
Janice came to the studio to have me create a business portrait for her to use to promote her business. Janice is a wonderful conversationalist and I really enjoyed chatting with her about her family and learning about how to
This little cutie is Vanessa — her mommy brought her to the studio this spring (or is it summer already?) for some baby portraits!
Lauren is a Class of 2011 senior at Dexter High School! We’ve been planning on doing something fun for Lauren’s senior portraits for quite some time (I photographed her sister, Ashleigh, a few years ago). So, Lauren came into the
Amber is a 2011 senior at Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor. She is one of our senior spokesmodels for 2011, so while we had a lot of fun creating these images during her mini-session, you’ll be seeing more portraits
Darrell came to the studio the other day to let me create some studio portrait images for his portfolio. He had some great hats, and while we created a variety of images, I was really drawn to those moody and
It’s always fun to try something new… and with that in mind, I planned a “creative” portrait session with a local model, Amy. We created some images “from another era,” so to speak. I was pleased with the results, and
Having a baby is a truly wonderful time! While there are bound to be some rough patches over the course of any pregnancy, I think you’ll agree with me that the anticipation is what makes it worthwhile. Waiting to feel
I recently worked with Randal, a model in the Southeast Michigan area. For his session, we went “downtown” to Dexter to create some on location images. Here are are a selection of my favorite images from the session.
Recently I did a commercial lifestyle session with Amy (she’s a model). The main focus of her session was creating some images with a “product” feel. First, meet Amy: Here are some of the results from the session. (a few
I love doing family portraits on location like this! Creating a family portrait in my clients’ homes is not only a more relaxing environment, but the family portrait ends up being more meaningful because of the setting! While going outdoors
Corey is a 2010 Senior at Pioneer High School. If he looks familiar, it’s because, a while back, we did his brother’s senior portraits. For Corey’s session, we wanted to create portraits in an outdoor setting, since Corey loves being
Alex is a senior at Plymouth Salem High School, and he came to the studio this fall for his senior portrait session. Alex plays varsity football, so naturally we had to incorporate his jersey and letter jacket into the session!