Reaching back into the archives today to re-process and post a shot of one of my favorite subjects, Malea. This was shot as part of a half day shoot at the Marathon building back in 2011. Malea is always so much fun to work with and she is kind of a chameleon. In one afternoon she looked like three completely different people. 

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July must be "ginger" month as our third HotW! for July is our second red-head this month. Katrina C is a relatively new addition to our team here at work and she's also a fellow motorcycle rider. Being that she is a recent addition here I of course hit her up for getting a new headshot done. I wasn't surprised that one of her shots would make Headshot of the week so here she is.


This week's HotW! is a real treat for me, Ann H. It was actually very difficult for me to pick the right shot this week. Not that it was hard to choose Ann, but simply because she looks so great in every photo I captured. I've noticed at past work events where I've taken photos for our team that Ann always shines when she's in the frame. It's no surprise then, that when the focus is all on her, photos like this happen. :) 

Thank you Ann!!


This week our HotW! is Ashton J. Over this summer Ashton is interning with us here at the offices in Cool Springs and I got to shoot this shot for her as part of a session I opened up for our staff here. I'm really glad she stopped by as this is easily one of of my favorite shots from the session. I haven't worked with Ashton much but when I see her around she always has a big smile which is great to see and in fact most of my photos of her had that big smile in place. I had to get a few images before I grabbed this one of her with that "just right" medium smile I'm usually shooting for. Thanks so much Ashton.


Our first HotW! of July this week is Lauren S. I do a lot of headshot photos where I work at HCA and Lauren often comes by and get an updated shot when I'm set up. She really brings the whole package to her photos with a great smile, those awesome eyes, and that widow's peak is soooo cool. Awesome job Lauren!