I enjoy working with families on a regular basis thru the years. I photographed Allie’s sister last year so when it was time for her senior pics we decided to do something a little different. Allie has a unique style and flair that I thought would come across well in the artsy community of Georgetown. We drove down with four outfits in hand and found some unique places to capture her personality. Allie goes to Kennedy High School.
It was Yoko’s Psychedelic 60’s Birthday Bash. And it looked like at blast from the past with guests in costume. The Stables provided the perfect backdrop for an evening of great friends and great music. Gail Ann was on hand to create greenscreen Psychedelic snaps of an era gone by. Guest can download their digital files here!
I love the wild child senior portrait! Kati was the perfect subject for the Georgetown area. She brought a van full of outfits and we wandered the area while mom played taxi driver for us. We found lots of interesting architecture, trucks and a vintage trailer shopping mall!
A client of mine asked if I had any ideas on entertaining her nephew while he was in town. He likes art of all sorts of art so I said I could help by providing some photo assignments. When I found out he loved graffiti I had to go along so we agreed to meet in Georgetown starting at Stellar Pizza for lunch. He told me has was busy taking metal working class in the mornings and was making a bike! How ambitious. We ate our pizza and headed on down the road. I thought it would be fun if we both shot with our simple point and shoot cameras (so as not to say one was better cuz the camera was bigger!) We shot side by side throughout Georgetown …. I think we BOTH have a pretty good eye! What do you think? Click here for a side by side comparison of our creative shots. (TJ’s image is usually first and identified with TJ while mine follows his and is labled with a GT)
Here’s TJ ‘interpreting’ this graffiti wall for me!