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It is the last day of 2017. Wow. What a year. It flew by soooooo fast. I was going through some 2017 photo shoots today and was feeling overwhelmed with how blessed I have been with such amazing clients this year. Some I have know for a while, some were new. There were more shoots than were shown here, but they are all amazing, and the people in them have made my life so much better. New friendships and relationships were formed, and I look forward to continuing to following you on your life journeys. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me to capture these important milestones in your lives. I am forever grateful.
I was on the South Fork High School football field taking some action shots when Andrew's dad approached me about taking Andrew's senior portraits the following year. I was super excited, because I love senior sports photos. They are my favorite! Flash ahead a year later where we made that happen. We started out on the Ferndale Racetrack located at the Ferndale Fairgrounds, because Andrew has spent a lot of time there watching horse racing as he was growing up. Then we ventured over to the Ferndale Wildcats Football Stadium. His Dad had carefully painted 2018 on the field and we spent some time visiting and getting some different shots. When I think of the small historic town of Ferndale, two things come to mind. Football and family. Andrew' s little brother joined us on the shoot, so I of course had to get a couple of the two brothers going head to head on the field. It reminded me of something out of a Friday Night Lights episode. Than you Andrew and family for letting me capture these milestone moments.