Hello All! Today I'm featuring a family session I had near the middle of June. This one is special. Last year, Madison Promise Walk for Preeclampsia reached out to me about donating for their fundraiser/auction. I was honored, and happy to help support! Due to Covid this year, they held a virtual auction and walk event. I donated a mini session to the cause and this family got the winning bid! This family is so adorable! Check out a few photos from the session below:
This post is dedicated to Brianna! High School Seniors all around aren't able to have much as far as a "normal" graduation ceremony, so a mini session it was! I photographed Brianna in her cap and gown in front of Columbus High School one evening. It was a great way for her family to have wonderful portraits of her to remember an important milestone in her life: Graduating High School. Check out a few of her photos below!
Happy Friday Evening! Two weeks ago I had a wonderful session photographing Jayla and Jaleah! The golden hour was lighting up the beautiful country landscape. They definitely wanted pictures with their dog, Mackenzie :) Check out a few of their photos below!
Today we are talking about Andrew's session! We went to Cherokee Marsh in Madison WI to capture a few different looking backgrounds that included: Woods, Water, and trails! Check out a few of his portraits below:
This post features Kamyrn's photos from her portrait session with me! She was such a model, and had such a great personality! It was so much fun. We headed out to Cherokee Marsh in Madison WI for some prairie looking portraits! A few photos from Kamryn's session are below!
Hello! Today on the blog is Brandon's portraits from his Grad Mini Session! For awhile, I was running a Grad Mini Session special. To be used by those who have graduated High School or College, who weren't able to receive a ceremony due to covid. I wanted to be able to offer these individuals professional portraits at a great price, because they deserve it! They deserve to have professional portraits done with their cap and gown, and diploma's. I've included a few portraits o