Category Archive: Studio Work

Everyday Beauty

I have the pleasure of knowing some amazingly beautiful young ladies. They make me feel young and remind me of all the promise our lives hold. Today I asked that they help relieve… Continue reading

New Toys

Not much to say, other than I am one lucky girl. I needed another camera body for the wedding I’m photographing in a week in a half…Shucks, huh? =) Also joining the party… Continue reading

Dena McMurdie Studios

This morning I had the pleasure to do something new, photograph fine art created by Dena McMurdie. Dena is a painter and illustrator and an all around amazing human being! She has been… Continue reading

Got it Covered

Just needed to post this last image for The Paper Bag Princess assignment. I’m using this as the cover and this has to be one of my favorite Sheri faces. lol You are… Continue reading

Brown Bagging It

How would you like to re-illustrate one of your favorite storybooks? Well, I got the chance thanks to my final collegiate photographic assignment. I actually purchased The Paper Bag Princess a few years… Continue reading

Show Time

Over the last few weeks I’ve been privileged to have my work shown in two campus galleries! I wanted to share with you a bit of that since it was special for me.… Continue reading

Throwing my Hat in the Ring

Oh how wonderful it would be to see my work published! I’d love someone out there in the world to open up a book and see something I photographed with my name close… Continue reading

A Shot in the Dark

In one of my classes, we were each assigned a common phrase that we were asked to illustrate photographically. Luckily for me, I liked mine. (Many others were not so lucky.) This probably… Continue reading

Playful Duality

I needed a self portrait for an assignment due Monday, so this morning I decided to have a little fun. Since the assignment calls for yet another classic process (Van Dyke Printing) I… Continue reading

Tea Party

Growing up in my family, the drinking of tea was an extremely important ritual. My mother and grandma would sit and drink tea together, and I remember watching them as a child as… Continue reading