Dance like no one watches

I’ve reached a point in my life where I could care less about what anyone thinks of me. I think it’s one part age, and the rest is a result of working for myself by myself at home. This double edged sword gives me a great sense of confidence… but it also keeps me from getting dressed most days.

I prefer to call them “freelance pants” instead of pajamas.

Last weekend I did get dressed, and headed up to La Conner to photograph their highschool homecoming dance. I prefer to think of myself as a wedding or editorial specialist, but I do love a good rump shaking, and could never say no to an invitation to a dance. I LURVE to dance!

In addition to formals, we also set up a photobooth and had a blast! Thanks for bringing your game faces La Conner!!! Let’s do it again soon!!!

view their slideshow here.





and finally my trusty assistant Tre…. without him none of this would be possible:


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  • Devon

    Love it! Fun, fun, fun!!ReplyCancel

  • Sophal


    I am looking for a photographer that would be up for doing a school dance/formal for the 8th grade class of a handful of Catholic schools. We were given a quote (included a 5×7 onsite printout) that was a bit too pricey for us. This is the 1st ever formal to celebrate the 8th graders before their graduations & this is also a fundraiser for the school.

    What is your rate for a stationary dance pic w/possibility of a photobooth?



  • Taylor Verzosa

    I am the junior class officer at Todd Beamer High School in charge of this years homecoming. I was wondering how much it would cost to have you come and take professional pictures?ReplyCancel