It was such a pleasure to work with Liz and her fabulous group of girlfriends last Friday in Palm Springs. The girls were spending some together time at a beautiful estate to celebrate Kathy’s birthday, so Liz asked me along to capture some special memories of their time. We had fun glamming it up, and let me tell you, these women are FULL of joie de vivre!
And of course, the beautiful birthday girl, so full of life. Doesn’t she have the most gorgeous eyes?
I created custom portraits together with each of the eight women individually, as well as with various groupings throughout the evening. We had such a fun time, and I think most of them are much better at “working the camera” than they think!
Each of you ladies is uniquely beautiful – and don’t forget it! Thank you so very much for the privilege of sharing in your time together, and for inviting me in with such hospitable energy. I can’t wait to show you the rest of your images in your online gallery! I’ll email Liz in the next couple of days…
When Valerie first asked me a few months ago to capture her 21st Birthday Party, I was honored and looking forward to the fun! We were able to shoot candids of the day, as well as some sweet family portraits that display the family’s unity.
And what a party! The event was full of beauty and laughter, love, hospitality, and excitement. Among her gorgeous red, black and white decor were friends and family who obviously love to be together. What a treat! Happy Birthday, Valerie, and I look forward to sharing the rest of your photos with you and your precious family soon!
I think special events are always even more special when they can be treasured by memory with photographs. Thanks again, Valerie!
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