Jessica ~ and the vintage dress~

Seventeen year old beautiful Jessica was perfect for this dress and I also found a doll haha!. First we went to the park and then to the graveyard where she posed with the dress and doll. It was fun 😀
Locations: Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery, Franklin park


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Lorena: Class of 2013

Lorena’s session was 3 hours and 3 different locations (2 different cities). This second time her dad drove her to where I live and we met me at the Round Barn on Mendocino Ave and Fountain Grove. She had 4 different outfits and I had the props. We worked for 2 hours! while her dad waited. I hope you love 😀

Locatons: Cloverdale ca tunnel/train tracks, Round barn Santa Rosa ca.




Senior model: Lorena

Lorena goes to Cloverdale High and she does modeling for local stores in the area. She was so much fun and so easy to work with. What a smart and beautiful girl.
Many people ask me about this particular location. This tunnel is located at Cloverdale ca, near downtown by the graveyard. Is very easy to find. If you have any questions about how to get there is ok to mail me :D.


Libby: Class of 2013

After this session, Libby sent me an email telling me that I am “amazingly talented”. How sweet is that!. Libby is a Senior from Cloverdale High School and she loves photography. Visiting Cloverdale, meeting Libby in person and taking her photos that is my idea of fun.

Brooke at the Round Barn

I always wanted to use this location but I was not sure how exactly to get inside there until I saw another photographer’s photo and asked her. I love having teen photographer friends from the area that know about cool locations :D. It was my first time there and since Brooke and I live close and it was perfect.

The Round Barn is historical in Santa Rosa ca: It was founded by Thomas Lake Harris around 1875. Built near the end of the 19th century, it was part of the Fountaingrove winery owned by Harris’s protege, Kanawe Nagasawa, who reportedly designed the structure.

I also experimented with the “Brenzier Method” for the first time, creating a panorama with 4 stitched photos.