A few weeks ago, the adorable Liam put on his business suit for his first photoshoot. He effortlessly pulled off his role of looking cute for his parents in all of his images, even his crying ones. Despite his serious attire, I am pretty sure he is just a sweet kid who gets to hang out all day long with his loving parents.
A few weeks ago, I got to spend time working with one of my favorite families. We tried out a new photo spot: Mary Bartelme Park… and it was pretty fun! We also made sure to stop at the Big Monster Door (home of Big Monster Toys) because it was one of our photo stops for Nick & Cece’s parents wedding (a few years ago). A spot that Nick and Cece had yet to experience. Minus a few 3-year-old meltdowns, all in all it was a fabulous time. Here are some snapshots from our adventure:
Emily is awesome. Emily also happens to a psychotherapist. This means that she is not only extra awesome, but that she needs a solid headshot. So Emily and I weathered a little rain to get some headshots in Lincoln Park the other week. She was a nice and easy going throughout our photoshoot as I imagine she is with her clients. Check out some of the images:
A few weekends ago, I got to hang out with the adorable Nadav and his mother Inna. Although he was shy and maybe a little upset at times, he had his shining moments of joy. He clearly took delight in practicing his walking skills and spending time with his mom. We also lucked out on a sunny day for our time in Lincoln Park. I very much enjoyed meeting and hanging out this lovely family!
Headshots for friends are the best kind of headshots. Elaine, a former graduate school classmate, and I got to catch up while taking photos and enjoying some Chicago sunshine. She is going to win over some new clients for her counseling private practice with her good looks: