Sunday, December 21, 2008
I had a couple a days off for Thanksgiving holiday. For one of those days I took a personal day and went about looking for some great shots. I found myself on the out skirts of Hillsboro which providing me with great scenery. A great thing (out of many) of why I love living in Portland is because I am minutes away from the farm lands that looks great through a lens. Hope you enjoy!
Saturday, November 15, 2008
What a beautiful day God blessed Kelsey with for her senior pictures, being that this past week Portland had non stop pouring down rain! It was so much fun taking pictures of Kelsey and spending the morning with her! Great job Kelsey, you were a great model:)
Monday, October 27, 2008
I enjoyed a lovely crisp fall afternoon with the Winchester family. The energy that all the kids had was so much fun to photograph. We all met at Rood Bridge Park in Hillsboro and had an hour long session with the beautiful colors to frame the moment. There was a moment I will never forget and that was when Bill (dad) told Jake to put a caterpillar that they found, in his mouth. Of course he did it and made everyone laugh! Thank you so much Christie and Bill for giving me the opportunity to take photos of you all!
Tuesday, October 21, 2008
Sunday, October 19, 2008
My sister-in-law has started her own business called Cake in a Cup. She makes the best gourmet cupcakes in the world. I took pictures for her brochure thats coming up soon. Check her out along with myself at the bazaar this weekend that Curves in Aloha is putting. It will be held at Faith Center that is connected with Curves off of TV Highway. We will be there this Saturday October 25th 9-2pm
Monday, October 13, 2008
I had the privilege of taking photos of an amazing and talented vocal artist located in the Portland area who so happens to be my brother . Chris Marshall has 3 brilliant Cd's available and an album that's in the works. We spent a beautiful summer afternoon on the country side taking photos and just enjoying life. Most of the pictures were taken along side Germantown road at an old country church and the rest were taken at an old run down home that we just stumbled upon.
Thank you so much Chris for being a terrific brother and friend. Also thank you for letting me be apart of your journey by capturing you through a lens.
For more information on how to get your hands on a copy of Chris Marshall's music, visit his website: www.chrismarshallmusic.com