Constantly improving, updating, revising, and redecorating, a woman is never a finished work of art
Artistic images so involved one could almost post them on social media without getting banned
Isolated figure studies focused on aspects of specific poses
Families are forever in transition. This is a snapshot of where and who we are now.
She may seem nice and sweet, but push her too far and you’ll find out how badass she really is.
Black-and-white imagery infuses a subject with a sense of unmatched casualness.
After 43 US Senators completely abdicated their responsibility and oath of office, I went looking for my happy place.
A model and a bottle after the bottle has been emptied brings us here, to this unique space.
Wandering around in sub-freezing temps and this is what we get
2020 has been a year. That’s all we’re going to say about it as we take this look back and what we’ve managed to do.
If there’s something I’ve learned from watching holiday movies it’s this: DO NOT GROW UP.
With all that has stained this year, the time has come to wash it all away and look at how we adapt and move forward.
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, can one image catch it all?
Life frequently sucks and that’s never going to end but it should not keep us from dancing
As higher coronavirus rates forces us back into seclusion, these solitary images bring us some joy.
There is no way we could express how we feel about this year using any form of traditional imagery.
Photoshoots allow you to be anyone you want. All it takes is a bit of imagination and stealing the right wardrobe.
Themes we’ve not explored in a while have a comfortably fresh feel to them at the moment.
When these two BFFs get together, hilarity ensues and we wouldn’t have it any other way
Spending a lovely afternoon in Lafayette, Indiana
Throwing a calculated amount of caution to a light breeze, we invited Maddi to our first new shoot since February
This will be our last post here for a while. Details inside.
Dreams give us the ability to experience what we know may never come true.
Because we need signs to tell us what should already be obvious.
“How I Didn’t Spend My Summer Vacation.”
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