Kathleen - Senior Portraits - Seattle Waterfront

Kathleen is a soon to be Marketing major graduate of Seattle University. She's originally from Singapore and was active in different activities, honor society and her sorority.

We had a blast shooting on the waterfront by the Ferris wheel in downtown Seattle. It was a mega busy Saturday night with a lot of prom going teenagers hanging about, but Kathleen was super patient with the portrait process and me doing crazy poses to crop people out as I was photographing her :) Really need to have someone do a behind the scenes of me working with my clients because I can look pretty dang cray with my squats and stance.

Kathleen has great style and was wearing some awesome rings and opal hoop earrings I was seriously envious of! She did glam sunset inspired eye makeup on herself too which went amazing with our sunset on the waterfront vibe.

Have an amazing time with your family on your graduation trip around Europe! You deserve it lovely lady! x


Kelly - Photographer Personal Branding - Downtown Seattle

Kelly Lynn was in town from Indiana and reached out to me to create some beautiful new branding portraits for her photography business! It was so wonderful to work with another photographer for a change!

We did her session at her hotel, at the Downtown Library and a lil' bit of a walk over to a hotel that has awesome lighting. Kelly has been in the industry for 15+ years. Kelly is a stunning woman, a wife and a momma of 2 pre-teens (LIKE WHAAAT?). Besides running her photography business, she also helps to maintain their family's 20 horses and works with her daughter on competing in national riding competitions.

After her session, we chatted for a good hour at Starbucks about working in the photography industry, how it differs between Seattle and Indianapolis, referrals, relationships, women in business, networking groups etc. She has such an entrepreneurial spirit and a super kind heart. I really admire her drive and ambition with her business. It was fun getting to know her and I sincerely hope we meet up again next time she's in town next year.