A missing front tooth. Dancing. Trying to keep a straight face. Family. Giving thanks. Here are three amazing kiddos: Max, Rhett, and Kate.
Remember “The Makers” project? Well, last week I had the opportunity to photograph the talented ceramic artist Jean Smith in her studio at the Dry Ice Factory. Not only is Jean an amazing artist, she’s a great teacher and so fun to hang out with. While laughing and shooting, I learned about the creation of ceramics and how to make, as Jean calls it, “happy clay.” If you ever get the opportunity see Jean’s work or take one of her workshops, don’t give it a second thought.
Here we go… Part deux of these Sri Lankan girls’ photo shoot. Or, as I like to call it: A-mom-and-photographer-lying-in-goose-poop-so-we-can-get-two-adorable-kids-flying-on-said-mom’s-knees-and-more-shoot. Enjoy.
(P.S. Part I of this shoot can be found here.)
These two girls are actually on an airplane today, headed back to their home in Sri Lanka. I’m so glad to have gotten to spend some time with them and their parents while they visited much-missed friends and family in the United States this past month. Here are some shots of one of their last days in Colorado, traipsing through Denver’s City Park. (Part II of the shenanigans can be found here.)