Fall was so amazingly busy and beautiful at the same time, and my Fall portrait season seemed to run right up until Christmas somehow. For January and February, I had intentions of really focusing on and promoting my at-home documentary sessions, but honestly just enjoyed the time off too much to really have much motivation to book winter sessions. But I did enjoy using the time to continue my education working on workshops and shooting personal work for my 365 project.
But now the sun is finally coming out and I’m feeling SOOOO ready to get back to photographing outdoor family sessions, which is my true passion. And what a beautiful March weekend we had to kick the season off right.
This session was actually a prize that I donated to my youngest daughter’s school. The session went to the teacher who’s class raised the most money for their Fun Run this past Fall, and Ms. Stalling’s class blew it out of the water! As PTO president, I was so overwhelmed with all the support that we got for the Fun Run, raising over $37,000. With that money, we’ve been able to write a check for a new outdoor track (and now that Spring is here, hopefully they will be able to start working on it soon), AND we were able to buy 90 new Chromebooks for the school.
Our teachers work so hard each and every day for our kids, I really wish I were able to give them all a session. Please take a minute to thank a teacher in your life…it’s been a really rough month for most of them and they could really use some encouragement right now.
There are only a few dates left for Spring Portraits, so if you want to book a session, don’t wait!