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Collection of Self Portraits January- Ascending Glow | #P52radness

Collection of Self Portraits January- Ascending Glow | #P52radness

“It is easy to see the glow but hard to recognize the awakening of silence.” ― Dejan Stojanovic It’s 2019 baby! and while many of us fell of the self portrait wagon. Just as easy as we fall of we get back in. Because we know that this super uncomfortable space of creating for yourself completely encourages …

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SHOUTY COLOR |#P52radness | July- Monthly Self-Portrait Project collection

SHOUTY COLOR |#P52radness | July- Monthly Self-Portrait Project collection

Get ready for some amazing, breath of fresh air images.  Our focus this month was COLOR! we wanted to create a truly magical and very visual collection for this month. Every image is so very special. I might say that every month but honestly they are. So different and so very personal. I might go …

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BE INSPIRED Senior Session |featuring Alyssa Lentz

BE INSPIRED Senior Session |featuring Alyssa Lentz

My goal at the beginning of every session is to capture someone as they are and to leave them feeling empowered in that. I think this approach helps to keep me from being caught up in trendy, social-media-driven images and instead give my clients images that reflect them. After about six years of full-time business, I’ve discovered that this is what drives me most to create. Outside of photography, I also love to dabble in truly any and all mediums I can get my hands on. My studio is full of fabric remnants and tubes of paint and jars of resin from all of the projects I’ll start (and sometimes finish).

MOVEMENT + MOTION | #p52radness| March Self-portrait collection

MOVEMENT + MOTION | #p52radness| March Self-portrait collection

“Caution not spirit, let it roam wild; for in that natural state dance embraces divine frequency.” Next time you find yourself near someone new, or maybe with someone you have a history with,  a person you love perhaps, watch how they move. I’m no expert but I think those subtle subconscious movements can tell us plenty about …

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