One with Mommy…
…and one with Daddy.
I had a photo session with some friends. Meaghan, Zoe’s mom, crochets hats and things [you can check her out by clicking here]. She wanted a photo session, I wanted hats, it worked out well [plus, it helps that we're already friends].
Meet Zoe. She loves Batman and IS Batgirl.
She’s super adorable and we all had lots of fun.
They also had recently got a puppy, who was also adorable. Together, they make quite the beautiful family.
For Mother’s Day, one side of my family decided to do a big portrait session for my Zia [for anyone who doesn't know, "Zia" in Italian means "aunt," but she is my great aunt].
Each of my cousins’ families had their own family photos. This is the oldest of the three families. We also took photos of just each child in the familiy [or, as in this family, a photo of just the siblings],
Each individual family
A photo of all her children, a photo of her children and their spouses
And a giant picture of everyone
It was successful and a fun experiment.
I know I have been quiet lately, but I have been busy working and what not.
And now, I’m having a contest!
If you live in Massachusetts and would like to enter my contest, please do! You have to be a fan of the facebook page to participate.
See you all there!
So I borrowed my cousin to get more portfolio pieces AND to help a friend out marketing her business. I’m pretty happy with the outcome.
It’s makes it pretty easy when the baby is pretty well behaved [and SO CUTE].
To look at more beautiful photos of Lily, check out my facebook page!
Hope everyone had a great Valentine’s Day yesterday.
I liked how it came out. It’s not the most accurate it could be, but I’m happy with it. I ended up coloring it in, but I don’t have a photo of that on my computer, yet.
This is based on a running joke/web comic my boyfriend and I want to create. The short version is that our little Wolverine wants everything everyone else has. I just thought this one was kind of funny.
I will hopefully be drawing a lot more lately. I want to make sure I keep going with all of that. It’s hard sometimes because my skills aren’t where I would like them to be, so I feel like they get a little out shined by the amount of photography I’m always doing. It is important to me that I be known for both things. I don’t know why, it just is.
So, I just or want to start by apologizing for the weirdness of some of these images…I got these wide angle converter lens things, but didn’t realize I didn’t screw it on properly, so the focus is all weird.
Otherwise, I think these photos are pretty cool.
What my driveway looked like before we started doing anything.
Best of luck to all of you digging yourselves out…it took my dad and i roughly 4.5 hours.
Hope everyone is staying safe!