2012 Year in Review and Facebook cover images
2012. Oh, man, what a year!
All year long I felt like I was floating. A phrase that seemed to be on repeat: “I am so lucky.”
Professionally, I shot some of the most incredible weddings I have ever seen in my life. I’m utterly convinced that I have the most loving, most creative, happiest, and best clients anyone could ever ask for. I have laughed so hard, cried, and rejoiced with hundreds of people this year and it has been magical. I worked on so many marvelous weddings, engagements, newborns sessions, maternity sessions, boudoir sessions, surprise proposals, families, headshots, magazine spreads, product shoots, and more. I’ve teamed up with charities, been published in numerous blogs and magazines, collaborated with some of the area’s finest people, and basically been shown how wonderful life can be when you run a boutique photography studio that you love, even if it takes all of your time, blood, sweat, and tears. It’s worth it.
Personally, 2012 handed me a rocking goodie bag of amazing (not one of those crappy goodie bags with the cheap plastic toys). Through work and play, I:
Ran my first marathon in Florida, cheered on by my best friend and Mickey Mouse
Became enamored with New Orleans at a photography conference
Went on an whirlwind impulse trip through Europe
Chased sheep and danced the ceilidh and at wedding in Scotland
Participated in the MS MuckRuckus (and fractured my ankle in the process)
Moved to a new place in Chestnut Hill
Hiked through the Delaware Water Gap during peak fall colors
Ran in the Philadelphia half marathon
Raised almost $3000 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
And I fell in love. Hard. I gained an Old English Bulldog, a menorah, and someone pretty incredible.
I am so lucky.
Every month, I feature new images for download for you to use as your Facebook cover photo. I figured the New Year calls for a little sparkle and shine. Enjoy! Click to download these images and see them at their full size and resolution.
Please note these images are made available for personal use only.
“You’ve got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?”
~ Dirty Harry