Category Archives: Portrait
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A few months back while shooting some work in the studio we captured and shot (that sounds so awesomely odd in a bad way but good way) a few Part Time Studio members. It’s rare that many of us were at the studio since many of us work more than one job (hence the name Part Time Studios). But since everyone was in the house we busted out some portraits. On a side note, we’re sad to say goodbye to Lydia Trott. We’ll miss you and your loom.
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The Murphy’s are such an awesome family that they make me excited to get married and have kids and have a family like theirs. But until that happens I will have these portraits to inspire me along my own journey to mariragehood. They’ll be moving to Colorado soon and they will be dearly missed here in Philadelphia. I hope these photos will grace the walls of their new home and remind them of the brotherly love they shared in Philly.
A real smile cannot be forced by a “1, 2, 3… Cheese!” or just anyone with a camera. Beyond that cheesey smile is as certain smile that we’re all looking to capture. It’s is a smile that shines through when you’re with the that one person who can make your face explode in a huge smile. I remember seeing those smiles about two years ago when I first photographed James and Sarah for their wedding. It’s really great to see that after two years those smiles have only gotten bigger.
The local crew of kids trying not to get hit with paint balls. Oh yeah, did I mention there was a serious game of paint ball going on around us? Well, thats not the only thing. There were guys on dirt bikes and quads too!
Yep, here they are again.
It’s coming up on almost three years since I last photographed the Uttkes. Wow, how time flys! I remember Corbin was begging to toddle around and Carson was just a glimmer on the horizon. But now, they’ve got one more on the way and Carson is the one getting his land legs. Shoot three to come in a few years I’m sure.