elaine is one of those gems with that perfect british accent….the kind you could listen to all day long….AND….the things she says with that accent usually have me convulsing with laughter! what a bright spot in anyone’s day to encounter her. she is also a perfect photography subject, who instantly relaxes the moment i lift up the camera. i give to you, the lovely, elaine…
this is the second time that I have had the opportunity to photograph this lovely woman……..and each time, I sit here grinning from ear to ear while editing her images. it is that crazy, happy, joyful smile and those sparkly blue eyes, you just cannot help but find yourself smiling back at her! that is who she is as a person too. happy.
i might also add that she has fairly recently launched a fabulous business for helping folks learn to effectively navigate the waters of social networking, and reap benefits for your business as well. check out her blog, time rescuer
and for the record, i LOVED the snow series, em. great to see you again!
As we prepare to take a few quick images of this lovely artist, and my very dear friend, she gathers up a bunch of crayons and takes a giant sniff of them. Flashing her trademark brilliant white infectious smile she remarks…….”Mmmmm. Don’t you just love the smell of crayons?! That smell just brings back so many of my fondest childhood memories.” It is just that magical sense of wonderment, attention to the tiniest detail, and fascination with the world around her that make Heidi Geagan so incredibly adept at capturing the essence of a person in a painted portrait. And many times, these portraits contain lots more than paint. The aforementioned crayons find their way into these one of a kind creations.
I have been so excited to finally have images to post to accompany this fantastic announcement. Heidi is teaming up with me to offer one of a kind artistic interpretations of images from your photo session! She just completed this incredible mixed media work of my oldest daughter, painted entirely from a photo I took of her last summer.
Whether you are planning to have a portrait session in the future, or just have interest in having an image painted from a previous session, please email me for all of the details.
I’ve now known Debbie for just over two years. She first came to me to document the progression of her battle against cancer….specifically, she called me because she was about to begin losing her hair, and it was longer than it had ever been before, so she wanted to document it. We just connected in that first session, and became such great friends. I was lucky enough to follow her progress over the last two years, progress that has brought her to the bright, beautiful, healthy woman she is today. Through it all, she never lost that gorgeous smile, or positive spirit. What a blessing she is to all who meet her. Today, we spent the day capturing some new headshots for some exciting new ventures she has coming up. Debbie, I am just so lucky to call you my friend. Here are your images!
would you like to live forever? just one of the thought provoking topics that pops up in Table Topics our nightly dinner time diversion. I have to say, we have owned this game for a few years now, and played it sporadically ( I have a collection of the teen version, family and family gathering versions) but with the onset of the relentless winter weather, and the increase of family members eating at all different times and in all different parts of the house, I decided it was time to bring em all back to the table, and this little cube provided just the temptation. We have had more fun over the last several nights talking , laughing and learning more ( sometimes more than we wanted to know, ha!!) about each other. I strongly recommend picking one of these up…….and then….using them. You will be so glad you did.