I am excited to share my recent portrait shoot with the incredibly talented jazz musician, Nzinga, and his adorable son, Robert. This father and son have such a special bond and I am so thankful for the opportunity to photograph them at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. Nzinga plays the trombone in these photographs, and I can’t wait to see Robert’s talents bloom with his early interest in the trumpet.
I am so thrilled to finally blog about Colten’s senior photography session! He is one of the nicest guys you’ll ever meet, is so handsome, smart, and really has a wonderful personality. I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to capture Colten’s portraits during his senior year, and can’t wait to see what he does with his life after high school graduation.
Colten always enjoys getting out on the water, as well as fishing and boating, so we headed to Mariner Point State Park which was a great location. This was such a fun photoshoot. Here are some of my favorite photographs:
I was so fortunate to be invited as a photographer to participate in a fun styled photoshoot, it was titled 5 Muses at Baker Park, in Frederick, Maryland. It was planned and organized by Amanda Feeney. The other photographers were Lynne Baker of Blue Box Photography and Tritorian Richardson. The Muses were CE Suge, Lisa Irvine, Guzel Lenton, Maggie Shochet, Amanda Feeney. The make-up artist was Erin Mabray. The flower crowns were created by Meg at Form & Fire.
While we represented five muses at this event, there were nine muses in Greek mythology, the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. These beautiful goddesses provided inspiration to the arts, literature and science. Each Muse brought their own unique talents to the shoot and it was truly a wonderful experience.
These beauties were professional, so talented and wonderful to work with, and really had fun personalities. Their sense of humor made for great laughs during this shoot. The crowns were skillfully crafted, and the talent of the make-up artist helped make this a successful experience overall. All of the photographers also worked very well together with posing, holding reflectors, and sharing great ideas.