Sneak Peek :: Sophia

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Meet Sophia.  Like a burst of sunshine this young beauty lights up a room with her sweet personality and beautiful smile.  Equal parts rough-and-tumble athlete & fashionable girly-girl, Sophia wanted to play up her feminine side for her senior portraits.   Continue reading

Black, White & Boring…

Prior to each photo session I sit down with my clients to discuss what they should wear for their portrait session.  We discuss everything from casual to formal outfits, and classic to trendy ensembles.  While the specifics for each photo shoot are different, one thing remains the same:  I always recommend they choose a color palette that compliments their skin tones.

Let me repeat, I recommend they choose a COLOR palette.

As in:  COLOR.

So what ‘colors’ do most people show up in?


So, just to be clear, WHITE is not a color.  It is the absence of color.

CREAM?  Well, that’s really just a dirty shade of white.

BLACK technically isn’t a color either.  It’s what happens when all the other colors get jumbled up together.

And GREY?  Don’t even get me started…

DENIM & NAVY – okay those are colors.  But aren’t we getting a little wild here? Continue reading

Follow Up: Bold, Brave & Beautiful

A few months ago I did a photo shoot with Shannon, who has alopecia, a condition in which the body’s immune system attacks the hair follicles.  The response to this photo shoot has been amazing – an overwhelming outpouring of love and support for Shannon.  Thea Chassin, the founder of Bald Girls Do Lunch (an alopecia support network) saw the photos of Shannon and decided to interview her to talk about being diagnosed with alopecia and how her photo shoot with Studio B Photography gave her confidence.

You can check out Shannon’s interview by clicking the image below…

Bold, Brave & Beautiful


Bold, brave and beautiful are the words to describe Shannon. Like nearly 6.5 million others in the U.S., Shannon has alopecia areata, a condition in which the body’s immune system attacks the hair follicles. This disease is highly cyclical and unpredictable. Hair can grow back in or fall out at anytime, and the course of the disease is different for each person. Alopecia does not discriminate. It affects males and females equally and can occur at any age.  The emotional toll of alopecia can be just as acute as the physical toll, as its sufferers struggle to accept their condition.
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