You may recognize this couple if you are a frequent reader of the Leap Photography blog. It’s because this couple was featured in one of the wedding blog
s a few years ago. Chris and Belinda were married in June of 2009 and I was there with camera in hand capturing the moments of their special day.
Although we captured a family portrait or two on the day of the wedding, Belinda decided it was time for an updated family portrait. A new baby will be arriving in January so sooner sounded better than later.
Thanks Troxell family for once again inviting me to capture a special time in your life.
Last week I had the pleasure of being involved with the Treasure Valley’s first ever Cystic Fibrosis Fundraiser. This little known disease affects more people than most of us know and the CF Foundation helps families in need by putting funds towards the search for a cure.
The evening started out with a happy hour. Appetizers and wine were offered to attendees. An award ceremony followed, highlighting the seven ladies who took a challenge to gather $2500 each in donations for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In addition guests participated in both a silent and live auction and heard from a few keynote speakers.
These awards were given to the seven ladies who generously helped raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Many unique items were included in the live auction.
The 2011 Boise Go Red For Women Luncheon took place on November 4th 2011 in downtown Boise. This event focus’s on heart disease in women along with it’s signs and symptom.
Heart disease and strokes affect men and women of all ages but the luncheon focuses on educating women about cardiovascular disease and the healthy choices that can help prevent it. The goal is to get rid of the myth that heart disease and strokes only affect “old men”. Women join together to gather information about the leading signs and symptoms of heart disease. In addition information can be found about healthy food choices.
The group of volunteers continues to grow.
Moses Kinikini from The Biggest Loser.
This year I once again had the pleasure of volunteering for the American Heart Association at their annual Go Red For Women luncheon. Much like in past years speakers were featured and lunch was served, but this year a photo booth was added on to the event. The photo booth was sponsored by Scentsy,
and photographs were taken by Leap Photography.
Everyone who stopped by the photo booth had just made a commitment to actively live a heart healthy lifestyle. Many wonderful ladies stopped by the photo booth and I believe everyone, including myself had a great time.
Katherine’s friend Jordan
had her portraits taken by Leap Photography
just a few short weeks ago. Katherine was quite impressed with Jordan’s photo session and decided to give me a call and get her senior session scheduled before the weather turned.
This busy gal found a few hours last Sunday afternoon to meet in downtown Boise for her photo shoot. We walked around the streets and ally’s scoping out the best locations to capture her true personality.
Thanks Katherine for choosing Leap Photography for your senior pix!
This past Sunday morning Bryan, Melissa and I gathered together to photograph their first portrait session together. It was a little chilly out (frost was still on the ground) but we went for a nice morning stroll through the park, talking, laughing and snapping photos along the way.