I just love this family! One of the many reasons is that they’re all super creative…including the kids. They give me such creative freedom and they’re not afraid to think outside the box. We recently sat down for their ordering session and this was the wall collection we came up with. I’m dying to do one of these in my house. It’s definitely not your typical cookie cutter photo wall.
Three vertical 10x20s. Most of the time I do a 10×20 as a horizontal storyboard, rather than a single image. Not every image will work as a 10×20, but when it does you’ll get a very modern feel from it. I can’t wait to see the finished product once they’re hung on the wall. I just might have to do one of those in my house.
And while I’m at it, here are a few other faves from their session.
I loved this old bus we stumbled upon. Wish it was still there!
I had a blast shooting you guys and can’t wait to do it again. It was great to see you last weekend and thanks for the Chef Burger recommendation. We loved it!
Chef Burger is located at 1350 Walnut in the Power and Light District. If you’ve never been you’ve GOT TO GO! Awesome gourmet burgers (I had the Hawaiian and Chris had the Texan), they make killer sweet potato fries and milkshakes. We didn’t have time for a milkshake (God forbid we show up late for Disney on Ice), but we’re definitely going back because Bryan and Felice told me they do spiked milkshakes for grownups. WOO! HOO!
Happy Friday, everyone!