Meet Tuzla~private home location

I love unique names.  So when I heard this sweet ones name I just had to look it up.  Tuzla is the name of a city Bosnia. The city where mom and dad met and fell in love.  It’s a turkish name for salt mine, and refers to the extensive salt deposits found underneath the city.  I think the name is beautiful!  She is 8 days new upon our meeting and just a sweetheart!

She had so many goodies lined up for photos.  Her nieces made the coolest tutus for her and Grandma popped in with the cutest swim cap and swimsuit I had ever seen for a newborn!  Props to Grandma!

I know I say this over and over, but I love my job!!!! I hope you love my favorites!

Thank you so much Angela and Ian for welcoming me in your home and photographing your precious new one.  She is surrounded by love and peace.  I wish you guys the best and her a bright future!

Fashion Shoot~private home in Duvall

A recent photo shoot allowed me to dabble in a new genre~ the world of fashion and portfolio building.  I loved exploring this side of photography.  It was challenging and exciting to have a little crew of workers all collaborating ideas.  I learned so much at this shoot.  I love expanding my horizons.

This selection of photos were just part one of a series to come.  What a beauty!  I want to give a big thank you to all that helped.  The home that we were able to use was so beautiful.  I think I walked around saying I love this to every wall I saw.

Thank you so much for this experience, Vannessa!  It’s been wonderful reconnecting on such a creative venture!   

Photo Walk

Last weekend I was able to participate in the I ♥ faces photo walk in Seattle.  Some beautiful girls modeled for us on the streets  of downtown.  I really had no idea what to expect since I hadn’t done anything like this before.  But I can now say I know what it’s like to be a part of the paparazzi.  Well, maybe just a glimmer!  We were a bit of a spectacle to say the least.  People were crowding around us to see what the heck we were doing.  There were great area’s to take photos.  The Olympic Sculpture Park was awesome. http://www.seattleartmuseum.org/visit/OSP/

Ok here are a few shots!