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Jessica Claire Workshop Feb 2010

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This past Tuesday the 23rd I went to Jessica Claire's workshop in Orange County California. Jessica is a brilliant photographer and one of my favorites. I want to say thank you to Jessica for offering such a great workshop and to all that were involved in making everything so perfect.

Workshop: Jessica Claire, http://www.jessicaclaire.net/
Stylist: Duet Weddings, http://www.duet-weddings.com/
Flowers: Kate Holt of Flowerwild http://flowerwild.com/
Models: Braedon & Lindsay Flynn, http://www.braedonsblog.com/
Cake: Erica O'brien, http://www.ericaobrien.com/
Linen & pillows: La Tavolahttp://www.latavolalinen.com/
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals (flatware and cake table)http://classicpartyrentals.com/
Rentals: Badia Design (Spanish door, iron screen, Moroccan poufs)http://badiadesign.com/index.jsp
Plates/glassware: Anthropologiehttp://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/index.jspInvitation: CEVDhttp://cevd.com/

One of the first things we did in the workshop was introduce ourselves, what we…

This is Emma!

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On this past Sunday I took some high school senior portraits of Emma. My lil sister Kathy is in town and she went with me. It was a great shoot! First of all Emma has an older sister named Candra in which I shot her wedding back in October of 2007(if you have been in my office she is the beautiful blond with the great eyes on my wall). Wendy, Emma's mom, gave me a call to see if I did senior portraits. Of course I said "yes" and the rest is history. Can I just say that Wendy has some beautiful daughters. Just look at Emma, what a stunning young lady. We decided to go to the antique district in Glendale, what great location. Since my sister Kathy went with me on the shoot, I had her go through the images once I was done working them and pick out her favorites. I thought it would be fun to see if she picked the same ones as I would.. NOT. Isn't that funny. At first I was looking over her shoulder and saying "what about that one". Well I stopped and let her be…