Best of 2016 | South Carolina Lifestyle & Portrait Photography

Posted by on Jan 4, 2017 in Family, Lifestyle, Photo Sessions, Portraits, Senior, Seniors | 0 comments

Precious new Families in 2016.

This beautiful little girl is loved by her parents. She was the perfect child during the session. I tell no stories when I say that she has only gotten more beautiful as she gets older. I envy her hair and skin color.

A mutual friend of ours (mine and this family) allowed us to meet in the middle and use her beautiful home for these portraits. It was the perfect, relaxed atmosphere for a newborn session.


So many Sweet babies. A local friend of mine, welcomed their 1st child the beginning of December. What a fun Christmas Miracle to witness. Bryce was also really great during the session. He wanted to be awake and see what was going on the entire time.

He has the sweetest little adventure themed room. I’m sure it will encourage his imagination as he gets older.


I love when pictures are taken for a special reason. They all are special, but when the client has a specific project in mind for them, its even better.
Carrie wanted these images for their new home. She is starting off right, with a lot of beautiful artwork to display in their new space.


Senior sessions are always full of personality. This one for my cousin Stewart was no different. He has great style and came prepared with outfits and accessories. We were at the state Capital building in Columbia, South Carolina as well as at the Horseshoe on the USC Campus. He is a handsome young man!


Among my personal highlights for the year, has been meeting a group of local lady entrepreneurs. Successful and full of talent. We meet up and learn from each other, as well as help each other out when needed. It has been fun to connect with this group of ladies. We always are in need of new head-shots and had a fun day together exchanging head-shots, dressing up and learning to know each other.


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