Yeah…life can be very hectic! So I created this funny, whimsical photo of my kids. Showing you what motherhood is all about and how I deal with the chaos! I’m sure you parents out there can relate with meHave a laugh!
Time and again, I would be surprised how time would just swish by. I did witness how the babies that I photographed grew into beautiful, active little kids. I’m still in awe with how my little boy, in just 8.5 months, blew me away by pulling himself up to a standing position!
I want to share with you some photos of my animated, “malikot” (means “uber” active in Tagalog) little boy. I do love his newsboy knickers! I hope you do too!
Happy 2013! This is a monumental project with almost a month’s worth of planning, organization and lots of creativity! My little girl’s Preschool principal and I collaborated to create this surprise photography project to raise funds for the school.
I truly, truly love the kids! They didn’t have a clue when we were forming them into letters and they’re the sweetest!
Anyway, this was later on created as Christmas cards to all the parents and later on will be sold as a 20 x 30 poster to raise funds for the school.
Which reminds me…with Valentine’s day around the corner…this can be a cool gift! Form yourself (or your kids) into letters and say I Love You!
By the way my little girl is in the letter C (in purple pants).
As some of you might know, I’ve been practising Bikram and Vinyasa Yoga for quite some time now. The journey has been tedious and rewarding at the same time, especially that I’m dealing with elbow arthritis (from two biking accidents at 10 years old and at 23, making me a candidate for elbow replacement). But one of the things that I’m thankful for, aside from the slow road to healing, is getting to know some really inspiring yoga instructors.
Erin Knowles is one of them. I met her through the YMCA here in Snoqualmie when I did the staff headshots. I captured her images to document her favorite poses ( I told her that she’s good at what she does, so it’s time to show ‘em off!).
She gave me a few pointers about headstand (I’m very scared of inversions…eek!) and arm balances, and I’m slowly getting it, thanks to her.
The journey will be hard, yet I’m thankful for all the things that I’ve experienced so far. The photos of Erin below will always remind me of the goals that I’ve set in Yoga and in life, and the little successes that I have experienced along the way :) Namaste.
Senior photos are by far one of my favorites to capture, because they have so much personality! In that regard, it’s an honor to capture this beautiful young lady! The temperature dipped in Snoqualmie, yet the session went smoothly. I’m sharing you some of my favorite images and I have to say I couldn’t thank Rachel and her mom enough for making our session so much fun!
And of course Gizmo, her little friend, added pizzazz to Rachel’s already beautiful images.
Thank you Rachel for the awesome sesh! You are one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever met and it’s a privilege to meet you, your mom and Gizmo. I hope you enjoyed the moment as much as I did. Till next time!