The Hoods had never taken family portraits and wanted something special to help them remember this time in their lives. We met for a beautiful outdoor photo session and even little baby Peyton had a great time.
The Glassows had been wanting family portraits for a long time and I was thrilled to provide them with memorable photos. Marc, Anne, Kelsey, Brittany, and their dog Bentley joined me for a beautiful afternoon in the country. Everyone was fabulous to work with and I couldn’t have asked for a nicer family to photograph.
Being from various countries throughout the Middle East, Soomaya and her friends formed their friendships while in college. They wanted to invest in special group photos so they could look back fondly even after they’ve gone their separate ways. What a great idea!
Congratulations to Alaina for capturing the pageant crown for her county! She will compete for the state title this fall, with the winner advancing to the Miss USA pageant.
Gregory is a fine arts student and wanted headshots for his portfolio. We helped him get several cool looks and now he has a nice mix of serious poses as well as more lighthearted smiles. He looks great and these shots will help him in his upcoming auditions.
Alex is an accomplished actor, with a main role in TNT’s hit show Leverage, starring as Widmark Fowler in episode 204, The Fairy Godparents Job. He has also acted alongside Morgan Freeman in the 2007 work, Feast of Love. For a more detailed list of Alex’s roles, including commercials, theater, and more, check out his IMDB page.
Last year Ahmed came to us in the mall during our Christmas promotion at Valley River Center. We found out very quickly that he was a good model and knew what to do in front of the camera. His shoot was a great time and another photographer even stood and watched us work. So when… Read More →
My parents were finishing up their new house in Fargo, ND and were kind enough to fly us out there for 10 days in June. (Fargo is where I was born and raised and, as such, has a special place in my heart.) Toward the end of my time in Fargo, my dad and I worked together on his business portrait head shots.