Grady and Georgia (though we all call her Peach) are the children of my dear friend Dee (and her awesome husband George)! I use to work with Dee and during that time we became very good friends. I like to think Peach & Prue are going to grow up to be good friends too (they are only a few months apart. Dee and I were pregnant at the same time). Dee wanted me to do an Easter Mini Session, but it wasn’t something that I could get scheduled. Instead I told her I’d come to her home and do a mini session for her at her house. We had a great time, Grady and Peach did a great job during the shoot. They are two adorable kids & I look forward to many more sessions in the future. I just love Peach in her Easter hat, isn’t it super cute & Grady is looking so handsome in his shirt and vest.
Dee, thanks again for having me come to your home to capture your two lovely kids. It’s always fun to see you all. If you are interested in a mini session check out our portrait site for more information www.portraits.mrdrewphotography.com
Here is a quick sneak peek from today’s mini session…I’ll post more when I do the full post. I just had to post a few quick images! It was hard to choose which one’s they are both such sweet and cute kids!
We recently shot a few of the employees and their pets at WellPet’s corporate office. We shot a maternity session for Erin who works for WellPet. They were looking to update their website with some images. We are going to be shooting more of the employees once the weather warms up a bit and everything gets a little greener. While waiting for that to happen (who knows how long it will be before we are truly in the midst of Spring) we decided it would be a good idea to shoot just a few employees at the office. This way they had some options for the updated website.
For all those photographers that regularly shoot pets and their owners…I have a new found respect for you! We had a blast shooting this, the dogs (and cat) were all super cute and really great, but you really just have to shoot, shoot, shoot and hope for the best at times. We had a squeaky toy and used that to get their attention, but at times that wasn’t the greatest because then they wanted to come over and check us out. I quickly realized that having too many people around while shooting was a distraction to the dogs (and really the same thing applies with kids & adults). Once we sent everyone who wasn’t needed away the pets calmed down much more.