It has been an amazing year at Works of Love Photography. I opened my doors for business here in May for the first time after leaving Ohio. I didn’t really know anyone other than a few friends that I have made here, but I am so grateful for the opportunity to meet so many wonderful clients who appreciated my style and my passion. I thank each and everyone from the bottom of my heart for the opportunity to work with you and trusting me to capture your life. I look forward to an even more amazing 2013!
For those who have worked with me, they know that I put my heart and soul into everything that I do, because I know that the difference always, always, lies in the details. Paying attention to those details really does help to create a beautiful and timeless portrait. I was excited to be recognized for my work in the National Association of Professional Child Photographers in their semi-annual world-wide image competition with thousands of entrants. One of my images received third place in the Newborn Photography competition and another received a Recognition of Merit in the Maternity Photography competition. It is such an honor to be known as an award-winning photographer.
Many of you probably already know this, but I am closing down Works of Love Photography here in Columbus. There have been some big changes in my life and my husband has found a new job and we are actually relocating to Las Vegas, Nevada at the end of August. I will be taking some time off when I move there, but will be restarting my business in a few months. We are very excited about the move and the changes that it will mean for our family. I am extremely grateful for the wonderful experience this has been, for the clients I have met and for the friends that I have made along the way. To my clients, do not worry the sessions that you have scheduled with me will certainly take place. I want to thank everyone who has helped me along the way for making Works of Love Photography a great success! Of course, I can’t make a blog post without a picture, so here’s one of my daughter (and my children have always been the inspiration for this endeavor!)