I was given a great opportunity to shoot for my friends amazing fashion blog SHE WILL TAKE OVER: http://michellemargarite.blogspot.com/. SHE was given an amazing opportunity to feature and style some clothes for the oh-so-amazing Charlotte Russe: www.charlotterusse.com. We were given a short time to shoot and of course the weather was not cooperating. With some dark clouds and a little bit of rain we were able to create some images I am very proud of. Take a look and if you love the clothes, hop on over to www.charlotterusse.com and pick some up for yourself! Enjoy!
I have this friend Jordan who is amazingly talented and such a positive energy to be around. She has that amazing combination of positivity along with such a humble heart. I had so much fun working on this collaborative shoot. We had a great team of people that could all bring their talents to the table. A huge thanks to Michelle Dion for styling the shoot, check out more of her work at http://michellemargarite.blogspot.com/, and Lauren McKeever for the amazing boho inspired hair style www.laurennicolehair.com. If you would like to hear the melodic tunes of miss Jordan head on over to YouTube.com/JordanAdelberger. Now go feast your eyes on some serious beauty mixed some some serious style. <3
Styling: Michelle Dion- SHE WILL TAKE OVER- blog: http://michellemargarite.blogspot.com/
Hair: Lauren McKeever- www.laurennicolehair.com
Jordan Adelberger- Singer/Songwriter: www.YouTube.com/JordanAdelberger
I was contacted to take photos of the Oaks Christian Varsity Senior Dance girls! This is like my IDEAL shoot! It combines my love of portraiture, senior photos and DANCE! <3 <3 <3 ! Upon meeting these lovely ladies, I was continuously shocked at each one of their beauty! I felt like I was shooting a free people add! Take a peak at each of their smiles and movement. Also...keep your eyes open for another blog post featuring these ladies ALL TOGETHER! It just might be too much beauty for one post! ENJOY!
"All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites."
“If I could lick the sunset, I’ll bet it would taste like Neapolitan ice cream. ”
― Jarod Kintz