Kade is a cool kid with a cool car. He’s been working hard to make money to restore the car, and working plenty hard on the car itself too. So of course we had to feature it in his senior photo session.
Last weekend I photographed Megann and Mitch’s wedding at the Mesa LDS Temple, and then their reception dinner that evening. It may sound obvious, but there was a lot of love at this wedding. Megann and Mitch are clearly head over heels in love, but the love shown to them by their families and their friends was equally amazing. Weddings are of course celebrations, and that was the feeling that pervaded this wedding throughout.
I’m very lucky to get to photograph the coolest families. The Stinemans were awesome. They looked great, and they were really fun. We all completely cracked up at sweet little Miss who sat perfectly still, but wouldn’t smile for the world. That’s okay, because Mr 3-year was full of personality and had me laughing even after the fact, during the editing. Big Sis looked adorable and big Brothers were very helpful, both as photo assistants and toddler wranglers.
It’s been such a good year for family photo sessions, with friends old and new. Krysta mentioned they all had fun at this session, which is the key of course, and it shows in the images. I had fun too. I mean, it’s my job to make it fun for my clients, but with a group like this, it becomes a party where everyone has a blast.
I love the colors they chose, and I love the photos. Hope you do too.
Another week, another family session, another get together with friends from the past. And again I was taken aback at how time flies when I see how big these kids have gotten. From little kids to handsome young men and a beautiful young woman in the blink of an eye. Well, not a blink exactly…between our two families we’ve lived in Europe, Asia and Central America since living across the street from each other.
I love this look on Dalton’s face above. I said to him, “Have you modeled professionally?” His response…”Not yet.” Awesome.