Just like any other skill or learned ability, the more time I spend behind the camera the more I can improve my craft. It’s challenging and fun to work with new people, try new techniques, or carry out a creative vision for a session. John and Bridget were available this past November and gave me the perfect opportunity to work on my posing.
John was one of several friends my younger siblings met at Groton Bible Chapel, where my family attended while I was in college. There are a group of friends from that church in Connecticut that began attending Liberty University about the same time. My husband and I hosted many a bonfire and even a few sleepovers with all of them! Sleeping 10 extra kids in our less than 1000 sq foot two bedroom, 1 bath apartment was a feat in itself – but you don’t know how much Bryce and I utterly delight in the kids and the chaos! So, it seemed logical that when John and Bridget met in the summer of 2012 that Bridget would visit our home too!
Working with these two during the session was a breeze! It’s a beautiful thing to see when a couple has sense of peace and contentment in their relationship. I would say that John and Bridget have that! Also, they can and did laugh with each other and at themselves, something a relationship always needs.
Many thanks to Bridget and John for modeling for me! Also, a big congratulations to both of them! As part of this session, I shot some senior portraits for them too! They are both Liberty University seniors (Bridget in Nursing, John in Aviation) and are graduating in just a few short weeks with the rest of the Class of 2013!