I love taking on the farm photos and family photos in beautiful parks, but there are places that are not-so-typical that I would absolutely love to shoot with some willing individuals.
It wasn’t that long ago that I decided to pursue my girlhood dream of becoming a farmer. I was not armed with experience, I didn’t grow up on a farm, and I really didn’t know anything about raising livestock except for what I’d read in books.
Keeping it simple for day eight of the #28DaysOfBlogging Challenge, and sharing a few of my quirks! Let me know if you resonate with any of these things!
New photography clients usually ask what their photoshoot will be like, and I feel, as a photographer, it would be easier to show you.
There are a few essential things I have tried to do in each of my living spaces, and maybe if you want to jump into “country living in the city” these will help you get there!
Basically, my parents are incredible humans, who have taught my brother and I a lot during our lives.
I am going to answer as many questions as I can think of that clients have asked me in the past, and hopefully, the answers will help you decide if I’m the right photographer for you.
This room does not openly reveal that I was a writer and incessant planner when I was a kid, but that little secret is just behind a few layers of my old things.
With an open mind and a willingness to trust me behind the camera, I can promise you will have some lovely shots to treasure for years.
I like to challenge myself, and it is all Harry Potter’s fault.