In a male dominated industry, it was important to Melinda (of Georgetown, TX) that her headshots reflect her femininity and authenticity.
Sonya called me back in July to create personal branding images for her. Here are just a few of the needs we covered…
Adding artwork to your home can feel intimidating if you don’t know where to begin. These three tips can help you get started!
Meet Julie Goodman, Potent Serum CEO, Founder, mother to 3, and general badass. I loved brainstorming with Julie and learning about her brand. Her style is impeccable and unmatched. Her attitude encompasses poise and sophistication. Julie’s branding and headshot images needed to reflect the natural aesthetic and palette of her skincare company, Potent Serum. She […]
From Shelby: “If you are the 1 in 8 couples that struggle to become pregnant, I encourage you to be open with your journey, you don’t need to go through infertility in silence. Looking at these pictures I am reminded I am strong, confident, and beautiful.”
Aleyna says that still has goals to meet, but she’s achieved her main goal – happiness and thankfulness. I can’t think of a better reason to celebrate.
This just in: right along with co-ed baby showers, couple’s maternity portraits are totally trending right now!
Question for you: what is more timeless, more precious, more classic, than mother and children portraits? Answer: um… nothing. Yeah… no, there is nothing more precious than this. You might recognize these sweet faces… and there’s a reason for that! When we created black-and-white family portraits for this Georgtown, TX brood the mother and children […]
“[Lucy] was kissing all the portraits. This snapshot does the collage no justice! This makes my heart burst. Feels so grown up in here 😀 I can’t believe this is my family. Thank you, Anna”
From Laura: “My all time favorite portrait was a very vulnerable moment with my daughter. She has battled Alopecia the past 4 years, loosing her hair at 14 years old. We’ve been through some very hard days together. But I’ve watched her mature and come into herself as a woman. She took her wig off and we were able to take some of us laughing and embracing. Those pictures will forever be something I will cherish and I hope are passed down for generations to come.”