It amazes me every year that passes, quicker and quicker now.
Then I get to take a look back and see where we have been... and where we are going.
This year we got to work on a few editorial projects, namely People Magazine for a story about a young father who almost lost his son forever, and the New York Times for a story about a man who reenlisted in the Navy after the military's "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy was over turned. The world is changing and I am excited that I get to capture those moments.
We also got to work with Door Number 3 on a campaign for Highland Lakes, travel and tourism. Three grueling hot days in August is like summer camp for creatives. Way too much fun! They call this a job!?
This year we also had the privilege of photographing many wonderful couples on their most special day. For that we were both humbled and honored. Thank you.
As an artist it is difficult to turn a critical eye on yourself. I poured through images from the entire year to try to find just the right images for this post and I realized at the last minute that the key should be, which images speak to me. These images may not be the best representation of what She-N-He is capable of or even known for, but they happen to be my personal favorites from this year. I hope you like them. For giggles, let me know which you like the most. Leave a comment with your favs.
Duane and DeVere - Hacienda del Lago
We also photographed a host of families and beautiful children this year, here are a few of our favorites.
Lastly, we had the unique opportunity to work with students in their senior year of high school. They're straddling the edge of adolescence and we're there to witness those last few steps, it doesn't get any better than this.
Here are a few of my personal favorites from these 2011 freshmen.
Thank you so much for all of your support. I look forward to that special time in your life when you need us!
Choose your favorites. I'd love to hear what you think!