While I was in Rexburg, ID a couple months ago visiting my sister, I did a series of portraits and roommate pictures for my sister Jenica, my friend Marijke and my friend Taylor. My sister mentioned them the other day and I realized I hadn’t posted any of them, so I’m doing so now. Enjoy.
The other day when I was over visiting my sister, I was sitting on the couch and heard my niece Cambria (3 yrs) and nephew Henrik (5 yrs) up to something in the bathroom. So I go to see what’s going on and the first thing Henrik says to me is, “Can you get my hair to stay like this?” They were putting water in their hair and styling it into what they thought looked super good. And of course I am more than willing to help them in their creative processes, so I quickly agreed to Henrik’s request by applying gel and hairspray. Then, of course Cambria wanted the same thing done to hers, so I did hers as well. hahaha. I love those kids. And obviously they were more than willing to do a photo shoot of their hairdos.
And here are the amazing results:
So, when I was home in Idaho last weekend, I was talking to my mom and she was saying that ever since she had to get glasses people have been telling her she looks like Sarah Palin. Well, in that moment, I had the brilliant idea to do a Sarah Palin look alike photo shoot with my mom. And luckily when I suggested it to my mom she was all on board. My mom is so great. And here are the results:
A couple weeks ago at work we got moved from the Metro building to the Church Office Building so we decided to go through and take a few last photos of the building before it gets torn down in a few months. Most of them were taken from a blocked off section of the building that hasn’t been in use for years. So, if it’s blocked off, you may be wondering how we got to it? Well, it took some effort, but we managed it. We had to go down to the lower level basement, through the rooms with water pipes and power breakers, through a secret (not so secret) side door and back up 4 flights of stairs and through another door. Impressed? Well, you should be. Worth it. And here are the photos. And I did a double exposures on some of them to make them seem extra creepy.
I got to spend this Valentines Day with two of my very favorite people, my niece and nephew Henrik and Cambria. Boy are these two little munchkins full of personality. They had me laughing all night. Silly kids.
Halfway through the night Henrik pulled a tiger costume out of his bag and said, “I brought this just in case you wanted to take pictures of me in it.” hahaha. So we did.
Happy 5th birthday to my charming little nephew Henrik!! I seriously love that kid, he’s pretty much my best friend. Anyway, here is the party my sister (his mom) and I put together for him. Henrik picked a theme, I came up with the original design, and then we based the decorations and food around that. I think we pulled off a good party and the kids really seemed to love the theme and activities. What a fun time!
Oh, and ps, I just want to brag for a second and say that I made all the capes for the kids after only owning a sewing machine for a couple of weeks. Pretty good for a beginner. I am super impressed with myself. haha
A couple photos from my most recent photoshoot with the lovely Marijke Hulbert. So stunning.
Here are some of the photos from my most recent photoshoot with my lovely friend Natasha. Isn’t she such a beauty?
Happy Birthday to my adorable little niece! p.s. we are super good at planning parties.