Thursday, February 28, 2013

Brown Family!

These guys chose the War Memorial of Korea for their family session. The youngest member of the Brown family has his Birthday this time of year. It's also their family tradition to take their family portraits around that time too. They knew it was going to be cold and it sure WAS! Even though we were chilly we made it fun and then we went inside of the War Memorial and warmed up by checking out their Admiral Yi Turtle ship! :)

Monday, February 25, 2013

Jesica and Morgan! Save the Date!

It's been VERY cold here in Korea however Jesica and Morgan must be very lucky because for some reason on the day of their Save the Date photo session it warmed up! I had my big, boots, scarf and ear muffs. (A must here.) I was regretting all the extra layers by the time we reached our location. Does this mean spring is around the corner??? I hope so! For their next session it will be much warmer I know they will rock that shoot just as much as they rocked this one! I'm excited! 

Monday, February 18, 2013

Newborn Hazel!

Thank heaven for little girls! Little Hazel is the cutest little girl and was just full of smiles for me! Maybe she will be a camera star when she grows up? I had so much fun during this photo session. It's interesting how I had three newborn sessions in a row! I guess something was in the water 9 months ago! ;)

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Meet Henry!

This little guy is just a few weeks old and he already has a personality of a Henry. He's the cutest little guy and slept very peacefully whilst we adorned him with his dads football memorabilia. I'm loving these newborn sessions!

Friday, February 8, 2013


Today I took my humble AFSC photography club over to the Leeum Samsung Museum (info HERE) to check out this awesome exhibit by Anish Kapoor. (More photos HERE)
Standing in front of these large mirror balls are quite wondrous.  I felt I could stay there for hours and still find something new about them. The long mirror on display is not your typical mirror, everything is opposite! You see yourself but you see yourself upside down. It's kind of like the mirrors you find at carnivals. The giant circle is baffling because when you walk up you expect to see your face however you only see what's above you! You can the artist  put a lot of thought in these creations. This was actually my second time seeing this exhibit however  the first time I was taking pictures of a super cute couple who just got engaged, I didn't really get a chance to really get a up close look of the installation. (Photos soon to come of the engagement.) After that photo session I just knew I had to come back!  In today's group we had a few other bloggers join us, 
Zayda, Her awesome blog HERE.
Lindsay Her awesome blog HERE.
I usually don't post about my photography group outings but today I felt  inspired. I always have a great time with these ladies. I'm very thankful for knowing each and everyone of them!

The sculptures are free to walk in and look at. ;)

Thanks Zayda for snapping the above pic of me :D

Fun day today ladies thank you!