Hello all I hope this finds you well and happy! As the ones that know me personally are aware, 2017 & 2018 were years full of emotional and medical upheaval. Although it was a trying time, I learned so much about connecting to my passions through it. During a time of self examination, I made a promise to myself to restructure my photography business to include more of what I am truly passionate about and less of what I am not. It will help me grow as an artist. It will better serve my clients. Growth is good and hard.
Speaking of passion - lets talk about the Studio Work. I plan to really grow Captured's studio platform. Studio work is classic and timeless. It beckons me and I am listening. I am launching a new line called Heirloom that I am pretty much over the moon excited about. It is for the client that wants a step beyond the normal yearly refresher photos of their family, child or loved one. The sessions can be styled or simply an artistic documentation of the face. We build and plan each session with the clients expectations in mind and with the goal of an art product that will last beyond current trends. The very nature of it will make it a heirloom to treasure.
While studying and praying over the studio platform, it came to me that the same style of photography can be offered outside of the studio also. Each client is unique. Studio art doesn't capture everyones heart like it does mine but they still may desire a photoshoot that is more luxurious by design. My desire is for the client to view their session and be taken back to that exact moment in time. It will become a heirloom because the people it is passed to will immediately know how much it was loved by the owner.
Catering to my client's needs has always been something I feel strongly about. Being able to offer Heirloom sessions, for both the studio and location, is just another blessing God has given to me. Additional information can be found under the Heirloom gallery and the investment gallery on the website and I will also be adding new shoots in this style all during January/February. I also ask that you please extend lots of grace to the website - it is undergoing a rehaul currently after about 5 years (much needed).