Mom asked for a simple, clean, light session, so that’s what they got! They even brought their own photo booth type props for some fun shots!
30th Birthday Cake Smash!
This was the most fun I’ve ever had photographing a guy. Devin made it easy! He’s not quite cute enough to make me want to give up photographing babies, but this was a fun change!
Also, I think he sort of looks like a celebrity.
When I was in college I had around 32 roommates total. Chantel was in my last apartment and was one of my very favorites! She studied accounting and would stay late at the library, getting home past midnight every night. I frequently waited up for her and then we’d talk and giggle in the bathroom until our roommate Tina stumbled out of her room and asked us to keep it down (usually around 2 am). Memories of these late nights and our exploits around town made me really miss Chantel, so I made her come visit me in Houston!
Chantel is one of the most incredible people I’ve ever met! She’s deeply dedicated, passionate, loyal, ambitious, fun, spontaneous, and contemplative. I don’t know how many people will join me in chasing and following rabbits into bushes and then have a serious discussion on behavioral economics. You can see what I mean when you look at her blog here.
By the way, going to a carnival in the middle of a work day in a sketchy part of town is a little disconcerting. The few workers that were there just stared at us while we took these shots.
After all the fun we had in Houston I asked her to come to India with me too :). Working with kids in an orphanage/school there was quite exhausting, but one of my new favorite memories with Chantel. I’m so glad we’re friends! I’ll treasure these memories and these photos when we’re old and wrinkly :).