Justin & Cara wanted to head back to the place where they got engaged at Buckingham Fountain in Millennium park. We spent about 3 hours walking around downtown Chicago and finished with the skyline glowing in all its brilliance at dusk. They will be getting married in August.
Noah just celebrated his first birthday. He’s lost his chubby baby fat and is on his way to walking. We’ll see how far around he can get.
Kevin Heasley came in today for his business portrait as he has been given a recent promotion. Many times employees don’t have a good photo on file or the photo is out of date. Having a professional business portrait presents a great first image when the perspective client is getting to know you either on […]
Broadway Florist needed photos that would make men stop and think about their sweetheart. For this they gave me the beautiful flower arrangements with chocolates from By the Dozen Bakery. To spruce them up I added a little extra texture. The difference was night and
As the weather turns warmer, some couples do not want a traditional chapel wedding with all the formal decorations and traditions. The setting for these weddings can be a park, beach, hot air balloon or even a deck in a backyard garden. One simple solution that maintains the beauty and splendor of traditional ceremonies is […]
Kaylee and Austin were married at First Presbyterian Church in Belvidere with a reception to follow at Giovonis in Rockford. This was my first video with a time shifted edit. For example instead of going in chronological order, you will see the matron of honor giving a toast and talking about their friendship while the […]
Monica was up for promotion and with that had to get a new portrait taken. The list of guidelines from the Navy was fairly detailed, but not above possibility. As an extra setting I placed the flag in with her for a traditional look.
Ron came in for senior pictures yesterday. And I must admit, only wanting one outfit and not a lot of locations (unlike most girls) was kind of relaxing. Thanks for making it through the laughter and knowing that “mom made me do this” to show some real smiles along with some more subtle.
Mark Durham came in for a photo to go with his authors bio to highlight his new book Stop Look and Listen, Love has the Power to Change. Mark has done speaking with DARE at schools and is looking forward to the release of his book in 2012.
BNI hosted a Build your Business Better dinner last night at Sams. It included 6 short speakers. The Pecha Kucha method of presentation design and delivery is very simple. You must use 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds.