I had the pleasure of working with Luci on some personal portraits. I wasn’t really sure what I wanted but knew I didn’t want the usual run of the mill headshots. Luci killed it! Her ability to set up a relaxed environment and capture my personality was spot on. She kept a casual banter while shooting and this allowed me to relax and forget that the camera was even there! She created an informal setting while making the photos incredibly professional."
I love how the photos came out. They exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend Luci!"
When I saw the pictures I was amazed. The poses and my smile captured the true essence of who I am. Luci is a pro and would be an excellent choice for any photographic moment."
I love how she captures mood and personality in her subjects. Her versatility means that she can get action shots, candid shots, portraits, moody/artistic shots, and professional headshots. She is also a delight to work with! She provides clear and helpful directions on how to pose for that great shot! Finally, she does some awesome filtering which really enhances the quality of the photos. I will definitely be doing a photo shoot with her again!"
From the Flowers In Studio Collection. I brought flowers into my photography studio during the darkest days of the pandemic. At a time when I knew people would not be able to visit the studio, flowers helped me to stay in practice and explore the art of photography. It started out as an intention to spend the weekend photographing peonies and grew into a passion that lasted the entire pandemic and continues to this day. This is the first flower that sat in the spotlight for me.
Taken from up high on Twin Peaks in San Francisco. The astonishing clouds were what first drew me to take this photograph. They loomed over our iconic skyline in such an eerily beautiful way on this late afternoon.
The greens of this scene caught my attention first. Old and discarded, they awaited their next phase at the garbage dump. They were used for years at our local summer festivals. I thought about all of the people who took a rest on them as I paid tribute to their service through the lens. I like to think that they live on in happy retirement.