Whispering Pines Photography
Capturing Your Memories and Turning Your Moments Into Art
I recently completed a photography assignment for my husband's business and am sharing it with you today. At the beginning of March 2014, my husband left the law firm that he had been an attorney with in order to fulfill his goal of running his own law office. A few weeks ago, he hosted an open house and also had me do some business headshots for him to use in the local newpaper's story about him opening his office.
Some background. We live in a small, rural county. Because of that, several factors come into play. First, having access to quality legal services can be quite difficult financial for many. Second, accessing quality legal services is quite difficult due to the limited availability of local attorneys (Russell is one of only 3 with offices in the county). Russell has always wanted to come home to Grundy County, and these factors gave him even more motivation to run things according to the business model that he had always believed to be best for fulfilling his purpose in becoming an attorney.
By the way, when I'm not being a photographer or a mom, this is what I do. So, on really crazy weeks where there are tons of briefs to write and deadlines to meet, I'm at the office helping Russell (or working from home) and photography gets done in the breaks. That may not be what every photography client wants to hear; although I can assure you that I still give your sessions and the resulting photographs my prompt attention. But, that's also why I follow a different business model than photographers who only focus on photography or who promise even quicker results. I under-promise and try to exceed expectations because I am not willing to reduce the quality of work that I produce for either of my jobs.
But enough about me...
Here's the shot that made the paper, so many of you may recognize it.
And some looks around the office.
Seanna and Cayleigh both had fun with the open house; although I think Seanna decided that she was the new boss here.
And a sweet daddy-daughter moment.
Russell, of course, had to have fun with his sunglasses...
If you're needing a good attorney, definitely look him up. 931-692-8472.