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Kaila’s LSU Senior Pictures

This past fall I shot a few senior sessions for graduating LSU seniors. Here are the most beautiful shots of graduating senior Kaila! We shot all over LSU campus. Kaila graduated in Animal Science and was a true joy to work with. She showed me her senior photos from high school because she wanted to replicate a particular shot of her with her puppy dog. We nailed it. And we got some new shots for her to have. Best of luck to you Kaila!

Oh and the shot below with Mike the Tiger, that is not an everyday image! Mike’s caretaker observed us outside his enclosure attempting to get some shots with Mike in the background. He ushered us to a side gate and let us get a little bit closer to Mike, which we are very appreciative of!_MG_9145r-E (5x7)_MG_9154r-E (4x6)_MG_9341rE(8x10)(2-5x7s)(2-wallets)(4x6)_MG_9149r-E (5x7)

Bingo and Kizzie

Here are images from Bingo’s Peaceful Heart Session. He celebrated his 17th birthday and his mom brought us cupcakes at my work to celebrate! Not too long after he was tragically diagnosed with cancer. His mom said the day of our photo session was one of his best days he had enjoyed in a long time. I’m glad she can have these pictures and memories of him to hold onto. And one day soon, his images will adorn her office walls.  He had a long, wonderful life with the best mom and dad he could possibly want. Rest in peace dear Bingo, you are missed by all- especially your sister Kizzie. 



Max & Allison

Several months ago I did my first Peaceful Heart Session with Allison and her schnauzer Max. I had long been considering doing discounted sessions for terminally ill pets. It’s a unique, extremely personal service that full-fills many pet parent’s desire to capture their pet’s essence. These are my favorite sessions because you bear witness to the intimate bond between human and animal. And on top of that, you’re privileged with the opportunity to capture and immortalize that connection. There is nothing more profound.

I was contacted by Allison’s daughter, who gifted her mother this special gift. Max had been diagnosed with cancer and she wanted her mom to have some true art of Max. Thankfully the day before our shoot he visited the vet and received some medicines that gave him some pep to his step. He was active and bouncing around for our shoot! His mom was so relieved. Max underwent treatment for his ailment over the past few months and sadly this week he passed away. He had a wonderful life and often traveled with his mom to work to hangout! He has many brothers and sisters that will miss him too. It was a true pleasure to meet you Max and I’m so glad I was able to capture you. Your likeness adorns your mom’s house and she will always smile upon your sweet face!