I was so excited I got to photograph this group of talented dancers! It was a long day but totally worth it! I wish I could’ve had longer to work with each of them, because they were all so amazing. I just LOVE photographing dancers so much! These were taken for the BYU DancEnsemble, which a student contemporary dance company focused on student choreography.
I’ve shot Marlee a few times now and she is amazing to work with! This was actually a last minute shoot we did one day in Salt Lake back in November so I could practice with some film…I was surprised how nice the weather was! These were shot with Portra 400 and Portra 800 film with my Nikon F100. This was my first time trying Portra 800 and now I think it may be my new favorite!
So I got to be a part of this super fun wedding the week before Christmas! Spencer and Jaclyn were married in the Salt Lake City Temple on a weekday so we actually had the whole temple grounds to ourselves to take photos. Jaclyn was quite the trooper since it was SUPER cold that day, but at least it was sunny and the snow was very pretty! These two are also a couple of very talented dancers which made for some fun photos at the reception. It really was a great day! Congrats Spencer and Jaclyn!
So I’m a little behind in getting this posted but here it is! I am so grateful for all of my clients and everyone who has supported me on my photography journey. I really feel like this last year was a big turning point in my career. I have been able to focus more on the type of shoots I want to specialize in and have grown so much over the past year. I am especially thankful to all the couples that allowed me to be a part of their wedding day! I also made a move to Utah and it has been fun to meet and network with more people in the photography industry! I am so excited to see where this year will take me! OH and one of my goals last year was to keep up with my blogging, and I am proud to say I stuck to this goal!
Some highlights from the year! Thank you if you look through all of them….there are a lot!