Sometimes, I just need to photograph for myself. To get creative on my own time. To explore new ideas sans the pressure of a wedding day. Practicing what can work for engagement sessions, Beloved sessions, and the wedding day. And having fun, of course!
This past weekend while I was in California for Liz and Ryan’s wedding, I got together with a friend who’s majorly into style and collaborated. I love collaboration of this sort. It was me, her, and a friend who used to model. Perfect! Paired with a nice day in San Francisco with warm, buttery light, and it was a fun, casual, and super stylish portrait session.
We used to work together at the same company. While I toiled on Statistics books, she at least got something a little more interesting with Health and Nutrition books. Relatively speaking, of course. She now works elsewhere and writes a style-filled blog called Undeniable Style. Oh and she’s a quilter, too. She’s made some of the most amazing quilts that make the domestic section of my heart aflutter.
So this is just a teaser while I catch up on editing from this weekend’s wedding and Kate’s shoot.
Kate told me she wasn’t a model.
I told her my clients aren’t models either.
With a little help from her friend, Dara, I think we brought the model out in Kate. What do you think?
Much more of this shoot and Liz and Ryan’s wedding coming up!