Here are a few sneak peaks from Mark’s senior photo session. His adorable pug, was a natural in front of the camera. 🙂
We used Emily’s portrait session to take photos she could use for graduation, her professional portfolio and LinkedIn. I also reminded her that framing these photos would make great gifts for parents and grandparents. 🙂 The rain has made scheduling sessions tricky, but we lucked out and had blue skies and sunshine!
I’ve said it once, but it is worth repeating…I’m a big believer that everyone needs a professional headshot. In the digital age, a professional photo of yourself is a great way to put your best foot forward…whether its for LinkedIn, your website/blog, or even on a dating app. Jordan braved the snowy temps for a combination shoot of professional and personal photos, and picked the perfect color combos for our shoot. I’ve had several parents contact me about purchasing a headshot gift card for their upcoming University of Kansas graduate. I think that is a FANTASTIC idea and am happy to make that happen.
The Morris Family gathered from all over the country to celebrate the Holidays together at a gorgeous AirBnb home in downtown Lawrence. While the winter weather did not cooperate and it was raining during our shoot, the gorgeous covered porch of the home served as an excellent backdrop. Take a look – how sweet is this family?!