As you can see, I had plenty of space to display my photos, as well as a sitting area for the brides-to-be to sit and look at albums and to enter in the drawing for a free Bridal Photoshoot. AAAAAAANDTHEWINNERIS….. VALERIEPOLLARD!
I had my work displayed as well as the Cheese Box Photobooth set up and ready for use… here’s what I captured!
An attorney affiliated with a pro-equality organization.
4. College(s) of choice?
University of Louisville
5. Major/area(s) of study?
Law, Political Science, LGBT Studies, and Psychology.
6. What achievement are you most proud of?
Being an active member of the Kentucky Student YMCA.
7. What is the best advice your parents ever gave you?
Their teachings of general modesty and mannerism.
8. Favorite memory of high school?
Gathering a group of people with common views to give a voice for equality by making tee shirts.
9. Favorite quote?
“People seldom do what they believe, they do what it is convenient, then repent” –Bob Dylan
10. What are you looking forward to most?
Entering adulthood, not for the legalization of me being able to purchase new items, but for the true obtainment of my freedoms such as speech and assembly. I am utterly excited for the day I take a true stand, and by true I mean with world altering results.
There are a few families that I have been photographing regularly. The Blakeleys are one of them. When I heard from Lindsey a few months ago to do a Maternity shoot I couldn’t have been more excited. Having recently been pregnant myself, I have a humongous soft spot in my heart for maternity and babies. (But to be honest, being a new mother has made me more emotional and 1000% more passionate about… everything. Especially my photography.) I have shared so many memories with Lindsey and Coda and their families. And I love being able to share these monumental milestones with families. I can’t wait to meet Coda & Linsey’s precious baby boy, which is due in just a few weeks!