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Knowing how crazy it is the actual day of Prom, I did a separate session with Mia two weeks prior to Prom. I selected the venue because of Mia’s gorgeous dress, Malaga Cove Plaza in Palos Verdes Estate. It was built in the 1920’s and I knew the architecture would enhanced the beauty of her dress. We wanted a very romantic look so I had Mia’s hair curly. The above is one of my favorite images. I told Mia she looks like an angel and she immediately cracked up.
Next to the Plaza is the Malaga Library. I love these steps.
Second time photographing Bailey. First time was many years ago for a family session. It was nice to see her and catch up with Bailey and her Mother.
We photographed at the Lab/Camp in Costa Mesa. Which is such a photographers heaven with great backdrops and the light is perfection. The pretty white dress Bailey is wearing is for the dress she will wear during graduation. I have photographed many high school seniors and families at the Lab/Camp. I always have at least one image with a background I never used before like this floral backdrop that is wall paper across from a hair salon.
Bailey plays the piano and has a love for music so I created this image with the musical notes.
Really a pleasure to photograph children over the years and see the many changes in them. Here are Jack and Katie in 2008 and now in 2016. Eight years have gone by so quickly. Such wonderful kids. Katie, Jack and their parents, Darcy and Steve backyard is Craig’s Regional Park. What a great place for the kids to play.
Love the dreamy look of Katie!Jack is catching up with Katie in height. Here are Steve and Darcy.
Can’t wait to photograph them again.
I had an opportunity to photograph author, Adam Shepard. He wrote One Year Lived. He had $25 in his pocket and dropped in a random city and had to survive on his wits. His goal was to get a job, find a place to live and at the end of year have $2500 in cash. I love the premise and getting to know Adam. After meeting with Adam, I decided that an urban location would be perfect and picked downtown Los Angeles. Here are some of my favorites.The above image was photographed at the new museum, The Broad. Great backdrop. Walt Disney Concert Hall is another great place to photograph with backdrops of the city.