Kim came to Studio 828 to create headshots for her new management position in veterinary services. The more we discussed what she would like, Kim shared that she didn’t have any pictures of herself that she loved. I was so glad that Kim was open to creating new headshots but ALSO portraiture she would be proud of that she can pass down in her family too.
I was able to entice Kim to step in to a vintage dress and a gorgeous pink ball gown. Enter some trust, pink tulle, and a lot of laughs and I loved seeing Kim come to life. 
I love her passion for animals and her sense of humor- she was so much fun to be around. Kim allowed herself to be playful and be seen and it really shows in her gorgeous portraits. 
From the professional to the personal shots, Kim loved each and every one of her portraits. This is truly the best part of my job, showing someone their own beauty, it’s always been there, sometimes you just need to see it from a new perspective.

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  • Photographer: Katie Richard

  • Hair and Makeup: Mandy Freeland