It all started with coffee and Bailey’s and a little April sunshine…

I photograph a lot of people who have no experience in front of a camera and it can be a little daunting. I know myself I am not a big fan of having a lens pointed at me, but with a little patience and some laughter the true you will emerge. I like to consider the first 20 minutes standard “warm up”. People want to pose because they think that’s what they are suppose to be doing, but once they become a little more comfortable with the shutter releasing the real beauty unfolds. These are the moments I truly enjoy what I do. I love laughing with people and making them come out of their shell. It isn’t always easy, but that’s the challenging aspect of portrait photography that helps me grow.

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April 17, 2012

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