I’m stoked to have Jade as my rep this year at Bishop Garcia Diego High School. She’s a gorgeous girl, full of life and a natural in front of the camera. She’ll be graduating next year, so technically this session counts as her Junior Portraits, but we’re starting her off early so she can spread the word now through summer about our high school senior portrait photography. Check back towards the end of summer for her 2nd session.
Oh and great job by Christin & Ashley at LunaBella for their beautiful work on Jade’s hair and make up.
And here is a slideshow of her complete session:
We still have room for more senior reps at certain high schools. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
I love taking pictures of the Gomez family year after year, they are super sweet people and I always look forward to their annual family portrait session.
This time around they wanted to incorporate their dogs into the photographs. Which I must confess is always a little intimidating to me. I didn’t grow up with any pets in my family (everyone is allergic) so generally I’m not very good with animals, but these guys did great! Check out my favorites below and for more pictures check out their slideshow.
Our good friends, Jon-Ryan and Christy Schlobohm, adopted Ethiopian twins last year – Moses and Elsabet. It’s always fun to take pictures of friends, and even more so when they have a brand new family.
JR and Christy waited so long for these guys to come home… I can’t wait to see who they become as they get older!
For more pictures check out their slideshow as well
A while back, Tim and I offered a free portrait session to any family who lost their home and/or photos in the Santa Barbara Tea Fire. We really wanted to give back to people who lost everything and the best way we knew how was with our photography.
The Martinich’s were one of those families and although we can never replace the pictures they lost, we were stoked to get them some new ones to display. Here are my favorite images from their session.
Also be sure to check out their slideshow
By the way, our offer still stands… anyone who lost their home/pictures in the Tea Fire or the Jesusita Fire, we would be honored to take your family pictures for free.
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