Monday, November 23, 2015

The Marchione Family


Carla was my teacher for a few classes when I attended the Art Institute of Charleston. She was a very fun teacher, and I'm grateful I have kept in touch since graduation. A month or so ago, I was a guest speaker in one of her classes, and it was a wonderful experience to speak and interact with  beginning photographers to help get their creative juices flowing!!
I'm always thankful for my clients, but this year it was humbling to photograph the photographer I interned for & assist with now and her family and a teacher and her family this year. It's kind of a moment where you feel like you made it, so Thank You for helping me feel this way. Anyway...off track for a moment... here are some of my favorites from our session!






Thanks for sharing this beautiful location with me, Carla. Photographing your family was so fun!

Always,
Des'ola

The Snelgrove's

Anytime Alma asks to do a photo shoot of her family, I'm always thrilled. Whether it was her and her twin sister, Bea, or with her husband, John, or her family, it's always a joy (yes, all of the combinations!). It's also difficult to narrow down photographs in sessions. She is one of the many returning clients I have I'm Thankful to photograph the different seasons of their life. Here are some favorites from our last session!






Obviously Alma knows, but I want to thank her again for the privilege to photograph her family!

Always,
Des'ola


Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Brandon & Cassie


In the first month of this year, I got to photograph this couple. Just as a refresher, I've known Cassie since elementary school. It was very fun to photograph them again, even if the humid hot day was a surprise for us in November! Here's some of my favorites of these lovebirds:






Thank y'all again! It was wonderful seeing y'all.

Always,
Des'ola

My sister's family


I got to photograph one of my sisters and her family a couple weekends ago in downtown Charleston. It was strange to think just a week or so before that the historic town was experiencing what we've called a 1,000 year flood. Here are some of my favorites from their session.






Thank you, Adrienne, for the privilege to photograph y'all!

Always,
Des'ola