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.

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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

    Hello.

    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?

    Thanks.

    SophalReplyCancel

  • Taylor Verzosa

    Hello
    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