It’s funny how small the photography community really is. We all kind of know each other in some way or another. I can’t remember how I first came across Laura’s work. It may have been from her Wall Art Wednesday posts. Or it could have been from her Mpix Pro ad. Either way, I’ve always been a big fan of her work and have especially admired her commercial work. Her work is so colorful and full of life. And while a lot of photographers complain about the limitations of living in the desert, Laura always makes it look effortless and beautiful.
When Laura and her family headed out to my area for the Fourth of July holiday she asked if I could squeeze a family session in. Me? Out of all the amazing photographers in Orange County she asked me? I almost said no because I was nervous. But, I’m glad I didn’t. Laura and her family were so much fun and I’m glad I finally got to meet her in person. I can’t wait to get my family in front of her lens soon!
Jack has so many looks and expressions. He is totally the kid of a photographer
I love the relationship Jack and Addie have. I hope Brayden and Kennedy are that close.
I don’t know why I love this pictures so much, but it cracks me up!
Big thanks to Chris Nelson for being a rad
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