graduation photography

Elizabeth's Grad Session...

Meet Liz. She's one of those people that you meet and never forget. She has a smile that is contagious and she has a heart of pure gold! This girl is an encourager, a bright beam of sunshine, and a HOOT!

Liz is graduating in a few weeks from Marymount Manhattan College in New York City with a degree in Communication Arts and a minor in Business. She's recently decided to stay in NYC and will be working as an Executive of Marketing for a company, and a Children's Minister at her church! So when she asked if I'd take graduate photos of her in L.A, I was so excited! Liz wanted her session to exemplify her passions in a location that would best represent her heart, where better than the city?! So we headed out to the Arts District and talked about things past, present, and what's to come...

Liz, I am beyond happy for you and this next season! NYC, you're getting a real gem of a person...and don't you forget it! Go get 'em tiger! Go get 'em...


Moriah's Senior Session...

This is my baby sister Moriah! Okay, so she's not a "baby" anymore, and she's actually graduating high school this semester!

I loved photographing her, and I have to admit, it's so weird seeing your sibling grow up. SO WEIRD! One of my earliest memories of Moriah was when she used to watch me put my make-up on, and she would just sit so quiet and sweet as I was thoroughly annoyed with her, in a big sister sort of way. I also remember her asking me if I was popular, and I remember telling her something along the lines of, "Well, I have some friends, so I guess I'm not un-popular." And then she CRIED! Hardcore---sobbing, screaming, suuuuper upset! When I asked her what was wrong, she said in a very high pitched scream-cry, "ALL THE POPULAR GIRLS ON TV ARE SO MEAN! I DON'T WANT YOU TO BE MEEEEEEEEEAAAAAN!!!"---hahah! I have the sweetest sister ever! 

So what I'm trying to say is, this photo session was one I will never forget and I have been reflecting a lot on the person she has become. I love you so much Moshey-Moriah-Girl, and I am so proud of you!