Business & Portraits
Andy was recently in the Knockout Homelessness to benefit the Erie City Mission - in Erie, PA. Since he was a contender, he was able to provide a full page ad for the back of the brochure. After the fight (which he did a fantastic job!), he texted me this photo and said he loved how it turned out. I love it when clients show me the final piece!
I've been a part of PEXELS for a few years now; it's a great way to share some of my work and give back to this amazing community. The photographs on their site have this very human and emotional element that I was very drawn to when using images for my client's websites.
First impressions are important, especially if you're reaching out to potential clients or employers via LinkedIn. You can do it yourself, but sometimes it doesn't hurt to hire someone to pull it together for you. A designer can help match your branding and lay things out in a balanced and beautiful way.
Oh for the love of coffee...
A beautiful collection of twenty-three premium, full resolution coffee-inspired photos for you to use!
Feel free to make prints for your home or office (or coffee shop) or use them in your social media campaigns and websites.
Dave and I have been enjoying Williamsburg, Virginia, where we moved to help our friends Glenn & Sherri grow their business Silver Hand Meadery.
Here are a few images that we created to introduce the new mead "Ginger Me Slowly" - as well as some product images to get ready for Christmas social media posts!
Beautiful inside and out - they are so kind and giving. I first met them when they asked me to shoot their engagement and wedding photos at the Conneaut Lake Hotel, Conneaut Lake, PA. I'm so thankful for all of the people I've met though photography; what an honor to capture beautiful moments and document their life.
Maybe it was because we visited the Peninsula Fine Arts Center - or maybe because it was rainy and overcast - or maybe I just needed an escape from the kids... but I felt inspired to bring in my little wooden table from the front porch and capture the blueberries and strawberries I bought this morning for breakfast.