Today’s post is so, so special to me! Rachel is someone that I met through Rising Tide Society’s Tuesday’s Together/Instagram when I first moved to DC, and we really seemed to hit it off! She’s one of those people that somehow always knows how to make someone feel welcome. Her work is just stunning, and she has the kindest personality that I know makes her clients feel the same way that I do— so incredibly loved!
We met just over a year ago for headshots at the Kennedy Center, and to see all of the amazing things that have changed between then and now is so very special to me. It was such an honor to be asked to take some new branding images for her now that she is entering a new season of business!
I’ve watched this girl grow and hustle like crazy through the last season, and, like I said, it is such an incredible honor it is to have the opportunity to celebrate this growth with a round of headshots! Earlier this year, she launched Rachel E.H. Photography as her full time gig, and to see all the good she has done is just incredible! She is such a hard worker and truly has a gift for this whole running a photography business thing (Which isn’t an easy thing, friends!!). Seeing her forward momentum and motivation is so inspirational, and I am so incredibly excited to see what the future holds for her!
We met about a week ago at one of our mutual favorite spots in DC to shoot— the Kennedy Center! She brought her sweet pup Milli, and between the gorgeous weather, the fun we had during her session and the puppy snuggles, I named Friday as my favorite day of 2018!! I am so incredibly lucky to have strong and motivated women like Rachel in my creative circle! I am so excited to see where the future takes her. I know big things are in store!! To follow along with her amazing work find her website here, Instagram here & Facebook page here. Now… on to all the pretty— I just LOVE all the white walls at the Kennedy Center!
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