I am excited to announce that Plumb Perfect Memories, LLC has hired me!!! I will be a full time wedding, engagement and boudoir photographer with Plumb Perfect Memories along with Amey Plumb! Please note, I will still be running my business Andi Eileen Photography, LLC shooting family, children, HS seniors, maternity and newborn sessions. This is an amazing opportunity for me to step out of my comfort zone and take on some new kinds of sessions. The sessions that I will be doing with PPM are sessions that I personally at Andi Eileen Photography, LLC do not offer. Our business will still be separate but I will be shooting wedding, engagement and boudoir session under the PPB name.
“You can tell who the strong women are. They are the ones you see building one another up instead of tearing each other down.”
Addison was such a doll at her session, she was a plump little girl. I love all the little rolls and chubby cheeks. Mama wanted parent and prop shots, I think we were able to do that even though dad had to work and big brothers had school. She was a little fussy at the start of the session but once she was wrapped up, she was a dream. This newborn session I moved into my living room for more room and I have amazing north facing windows that give great natural light! I am a natural light photographer and I do not use studio lights.
One of the greatest honors is being asked to capture a brand new baby. I went to school with Bentley’s dad and was so excited when they asked if I could photograph their newest member of their family. Chris is a volunteer fire fighter here in North Baltimore and enjoys restores old things. He was able to restore his old childhood toy pedal tractor and it looks amazing. Bentley slept great for the whole session but did not want to relax his fingers, he liked having his hands up by his face and hands in a fist. This newborn session was the first time I’ve used a Marco lens for all the close up detail shots. A newborns features changes so fast in the first year. I always try to get close up detail shots of the babies lips, ears, fingers and toes.
I have three little cutes come to my Valentine Day Mini session. Ava was so cute and a little shy at first but she warmed up pretty fast and I got a lot of great smiles out of her. She was a pretty pretty princess and everywhere she goes, she leaves a little sparkle and goldfish! Lol
Liv and Elza were up next and these cute little cousins made me work for it. I think that the age 2-4 are some of the hardest age to photograph because they are always on the move and not really sure of you as a new person point this big black thing at them. Elza didn’t want to leave her mama’s side but I was able to get a few keepers of both cousins together. My studio is in my backroom which is about 150 sqft and can get tight with a few adults and then kids. So Elza didn’t have far to go but I got some great images of her up against my grey wall too.