Oh man. I don’t even know where to begin. I am so beyond happy with this shoot! For my final in my fashion photography class I did a little house on the prairie/frontier inspired editorial shoot. Molly Strohl modeled for me, and did an amazing job. Her look was so perfect for the shoot and I loved being able to work with her! Baille Younkman and Elizabeth Wilcox (aka two of my favorite people ever) collaborated with the styling. Oh my goodness, they did such a good job. A million gold stars for them. We did the shoot in two locations. First we started off at Wormsloe Historic Site and then we went to my new favorite secret but not so secret location, a dirt road/open field just across from Old Fort Jackson. The weather was lovely, the light was lovely…everything was lovely! Anyways, here are my favorite selects from the shoot!
One of my assignments for my fashion photography class was to do a natural light shoot. I collaborated with stylist Baille Younkman, who is so talented and such a creative inspiration. I went for a Free People/Anthropologie style (my fav) and found an amazing dirt road/open field location across from Old Fort Jackson. Liz Fuller modeled for the shoot, and let me say that I could not have found a better model – she fit the look perfectly and she was so great to work with! Here are some of my favorites from the shoot!
Model: Liz Fuller
Styling: Baille Younkman
Jewelry: Baille Younkman
Bag: Spencer Malinski
Yellow skirt: Julia Patton
I recently did a studio shoot with Sunny for my fashion photography class. I was inspired by Modcloth, Kimbra’s “Cameo Lover” music video, and all things bright and adorable. While I usually do natural light shoots, it’s always fun to change it up a bit and do some studio stuff. Sunny was such a trooper for this shoot – I had her jumping in platforms and we experienced a bunch of technical issues, which she patiently waited as I fixed them. Of course, the always incredible Baille Younkman styled the shoot. Clearly, she did an amazingly wonderful job. Check out some of my favorites from the shoot!
I’m in Houston for spring break, so of course I had to take pictures of my adorable nephew, Grayson. I can’t believe how big he is now! So crazy. Anyways, Grayson’s mood changed a bit throughout the shoot, which made for some pretty funny and adorable photos.
At first, we were fine. A little grin, and just being cute.
Then we were just confused.
And then, we were just plain over it.
So, we took a trip to the swings, hoping to get a few smiles.
It was such a joy to be able to photograph Paul and Stephanie’s wedding in Austin, TX. These two are the sweetest couple and they are so very much in love. Although the weather was rainy, it didn’t stop them from having a perfect day of celebration with friends and family. Stephanie and Paul, thank you so much for including me in your special day!
I did a little mini shoot with Stephanie & Paul before the ceremony. I loved the dress that Stephanie wore
My lovely brother and sister-in-law, Peter & Megan are both wonderful musicians and are in the process of recording an album. Over winter break, they asked me to photograph them for their album art. Their band name is Name All the Animals and I am so excited for them to complete the album. Seriously, they are some talented people. Here is a little sneak peek from the shoot! Enjoy!
For those of you who don’t know, my good friend Paige and I started a blog called Florence & Millie back in September. Florence and Millie is a blog dedicated to art, design, fashion, food, and all things inspirational. We are so happy with how far it has come and all of our dedicated readers. So if you haven’t already and need some daily inspiration, check out Florence and Millie! You can also like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for updates!! Wahooooo!
I recently had the opportunity to photograph 2 weddings alongside photographer Philip Casey (Studio 1250). Since I haven’t shot a whole lot of weddings, it was great to work with and learn from a wedding pro. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again – I have so much respect for wedding photographers. Take a look at some of the shots that I got and then check out Philips work here! Thank you Philip for letting me shoot with you!