How does one create a “maternity” photo for someone that has no desire for traditional images? Concept plus execution tells the story for me…
We have been needing to shoot something to document Jen’s pregnancy for awhile now. And this idea slapped us in the face when she was reading to me about where she was in the pregnancy at almost 9 weeks.
This past weekend I had the opportunity to catch up with an old friend of mine, Nathan “SLOKE” Nordstrom. Over the past couple of years, we would run into each other randomly or a quick comment or message on Facebook. I decided that it was time to reach out to him and catch up…and photograph one of the most influential graffiti artists in Texas.
Today, Jen and I had a rare down day that allowed us to have a really slow paced morning and early afternoon. The cats were in rare form all morning. Chasing each other, batting toy mice all around the house, climbing the screen door to the patio and knocking over some potted cacti. They eventually slowed down and took up residence in different parts of the living room. I managed to take a couple shots that I feel really shows off their individual personalities.