The perfect Mother’s Day gift for this Nana was a lifestyle photo shoot of her 8 Grandkids. Being real, playing in the backyard. Whether I am telling the story of a brand for a business or telling the story of a family—real, authentic images or so impactful, timeless and truly reflect the person or product.
What a weekend! Thank you so much to everyone that participated in my first ever Fall Mini Session! I could not have pulled it off without a little help from some friends. I love my fellow women business owner friends who 'get it' and understand I can't do all of this alone. First, thanks to Becky Ortyl and Rebecca Stisser for helping me plan such a large event. They have the best ideas and are both take charge kind of girls! Please check them out as they are amazing at what they do. http://rebeccastisser.com/ and http://www.mightyoakes.org/ and http://www.oliveandoakstl.com/
And also a big thank you to Stacie @ Paisley Boutique in Webster Groves. She helped pull it all together with her wardrobe and accessories to style those that were interested. It was a long couple of days but such a success.
Now to editing...whew. Check out a few pics from the weekend!
Check out this little talent! Gretta needed some updated head shots for her singing/acting career!
For the past few years, I have had the honor of working with The Little Bit Foundation. Rosemary Hanley started The Little Bit Foundation to remove obstacles standing in front of the greatest opportunity young students have to end the cycle of poverty - their education. Little Bit helps provide basic needs, such as shoes, coats, uniforms, underwear and socks, books and school supplies. They help ensure that students have a nutritious meal after the school day, receive instruction in personal and dental hygiene, and so much more. Below are pictures are just a few of the students that Rosemary Hanley and The Little Bit Foundation help.