Meet Hannah

At first glance, one can get a pretty good sense that this is one creative girl. From head to toe, Hannah has a style of her own-exuding a beautiful, unique sense of fashion–a sense that certainly overflows into her photography. Though some may think her to be a bit on the quiet side at first, Hannah brings a lot of humor to the table. Try not to smile around her and you’ll most certainly fail. Hannah is always going above and beyond for those around her, her thoughtfulness brimming over in to her love for photography. Her clients are always in mind when trying to capture the perfect image that leaves them walking away feeling beautiful and confident.

As far as when Hannah became enamored by photography, there isn’t really a specific moment to recall. All she knows is that when she was 16, she picked up her parent’s little Sony point and shoot camera and began to play around, doing the most ridiculous shoots with her younger sisters. From there on, Hannah taught herself everything she now knows. Though research came in handy, the skill really came naturally. She didn’t have to overthink it. With photography, there was a sense of being able to be creative without feeling trapped. Hannah is the type of girl that doesn’t like feeling held back with anything, so naturally she loves how there is not limit with what you can do creatively with photography. Unsurprisingly, the art of photography progressed into a passion for Hannah.

Q & A

Q: How would you describe your photography style?

A: I like to keep it relaxed and laid back. I give direction when it’s needed, but I prefer to let people do their own thing so that I can capture their raw moments. I want my photos to be natural and real.

Q: Do you feel like your photography style reflects you as a person in any way? If so, how?

A: I think it matches being raw. I’m very raw with my emotions. I usually try to tell it how it is. I think my style matches how raw and real I am as a person. I can be loud and funny sometimes, and I think that overflows into my photo sessions so that I can bring those things out of my clients.

Q: What is your favorite subject to shoot? Why?

A: Seniors and families. I like capturing the interactions in families and seeing how every family is so different. They have different ways of playing and laughing and talking to each other. I like seeing that and capturing that. I also like being a part of a certain stage of senior’s lives. I like making senior girls feel pretty during such a rocky, insecure place in life. I want them to feel like they are a super model.

Q: What would you do if you were not a photographer?

A: I love interior decorating, and I think it would be awesome to be a wedding coordinator. We get a taste of that at weddings and I love it!

Q: What is your favorite fashion accessory?

A: I love boots! I have an obsession with boots. 

Q: What do you love to indulge in? Any guilty pleasures?

A: Wine and bubble baths.

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