Posted on Oct 01, 2015
Posted in Family

Welcome back!

Let me begin by saying that I had the greatest time doing this sibling portrait session in Pineville, NC. This was the first time I’ve worked with the Phan children and I loved every minute of it at Johnston Park and downtown Pineville. Cynthia is the older sibling a Freshman at Nations Ford High School. Very energetic, style savvy and FUN!! Young Celina is a 3rd grader and while she started out a little shy and reserved, by the end of our session she was asking, “When can we do this again?”

 

Siblings portrait session in Johnstone Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings portrait session in Johnstone Park in Pineville, NC

This fun shoot began in Johnston Park, which on this beautiful Sunday afternoon was quite crowded! I’m used to shoot around the moving scenery and we were able to find some spots around the park to hide and get some beautiful images.  The girls were full of energy the entire time and they posed so well together.  We left the park and ended up in the very small downtown area of Pineville where the girls changed into dresses and we continued to get amazing images of them.

 

 

Check out the rest of the images below and remember this is the PERFECT time to get your kids together for a Fall/Holiday session.  

You, my existing clients can save $150 on a session fee if you book between now and the end of November. That’s right, a portrait session is only $50 through the end of November

Let’s get together soon and create some lovely images like the ones below.

So CONTACT me and let’s schedule a session, OR you can click HERE and book a session date online with this handy calendar. Either way I can’t wait to hear from you and work with you again!

 

So check out the beautiful and FUN Phan sisters!

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

Siblings Portrait Session in Johnston Park in Pineville, NC

 

 

 

Posted on Mar 05, 2014
Posted in Family

I had the pleasure of creating some amazing images of the lovely young Alaya Hamilton during a tween portrait session. Her mother Nekia graciously agreed to let me photograph her for a marketing campaign I’m preparing for.

 

We met on one of the warmer weekend afternoons this winter at Glencairn Gardens in Rock Hill, SC. I’ve utilized this beautiful park for portrait sessions in the past, but it’s been a few years and I was pleasantly surprised at the changes it’s undergone. read more