September 21, 2015 • Leave a Comment
What a work week looks like for me.
I spent the evening photography for Northwester n's School of Education and Policy at the new Segal Visitors Center in Evanston
The next afternoon I spent with these delightful girls and their parents doing some lifestyle family portraits
we got a lot of fun photos, below is just a taste
took me up to Arlington Heights Memorial Library to do some portraits for a very interesting project they are working on
I spent downtown Chicago photographing in the classrooms for Northwestern SPS
I caught up on processing all these photos
had me back in Evanston, this time for Northwesterns OllI programs
and today I am going back to Arlington Heights for more
Here are some of the headshots and portraits I've done in the past months. I really do love working with natural/ambient light, so you will see a lot of it here, but if there isn't light available no problem! we just add our own.
12 weeks of summer, lots of travels and kid time with a little work in there too.
We spent five days camping is Yellowstone this August, first really big road trip with both kids. Lots of driving, lots of amazing places with really good friends from our California days. More photos to come from this...
The highlight of July was a trip to the UP, and a stay at a friend's cabin. Archery, swimming, all kinds of fun with good people.
and even a little work was done while there
Then it was back for birthday celebrations. Three of the four of us have summer birthdays. The first birthday, 11 year old was celebrated with a Rush concert and some go-carting with friends. The second, the 39 year old was spent in the hot springs of Yellowstone, and the 3rd, the 7 year old was bowling with friends and Cirque Du Soleil with family.
Working backwards, the June highlight was Siofra's first play. She was an orphan in 'Anne'
It was a fun summer, lots of days at the pool, lots of ice-cream, visits from family and now back to the regular schedule of 2nd and 6th grade
May 28, 2015 • Leave a Comment
A few months ago while preparing for the school annual auction a First United Nursery parent asked if I could help out on creating the art work for the auction. Here are some of the pieces I created.
Who doesn't love the hands of a two year old
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