With silly and fun personalities, Evan and Sarah allowed me to capture their engagement photos in the beautiful National Park: Yosemite. Most of the things we did during the shoot were me allowing them to be themselves while giving minimal direction. It was important to keep that genuine part of their relationship vivid in their photos. The goal is not to hide their personalities to get out of them what I want but to let Evan and Sarah be who they are as a couple.
ulie was an Independent Learning teacher at my former high school, Valley Charter High School in Modesto, CA. Although she was never my teacher, she treated me as if I was her own student: supportive, loving, and encouraging. We never kept in touch that often since my graduation in 2013, but when I saw her name come across my desk I knew exactly who she was and what she had meant to me during my high school years- always passionate for her students. Catching up with each other's lives, I told her about my photography business to which she responded with absolute joy in her desire to have her family photos taken! I was thrilled and honored to have met her two kiddos, Shyanne & Wyatt. We had fun with smiles, laughs, and silliness. Despite their rejections, this is a photogenic family right here!
I first met Gerrit and Annika the day of their photoshoot. Both children were very outgoing and easy to talk to. I asked them about their photo posing experiences since I wasn't their first photographer they've had take their photos before. Gerrit and Annika are homeschooled by their mom, Christi, who wanted to have their "school photos" taken but their usual photographer recently moved away.
Sisters who could be one of the most photogenic pair you'll ever meet! With beautiful hearts and personalities, there is so much life and laughter in them both. Tatyanna is planning on living in Austria for 4-5 months during the summer, while Katarina is planning on visiting her towards the end of her stay. I adore these two beautiful ladies and look forward where life takes them!