This gorgeous lady is another one of my dear friends. We have known each other since HIGH-SCHOOL, and I'll spare you the details of how long ago that was, haha! But, just know we've been friends for a long time. She and her husband have two of the cutest kiddos on the planet and while dad was away fighting forest fires (THANK YOU to all our firefighters!) we got together and did a little mommy and me session.
Lisa is one of my dearest friends and this is she and her family! We met several years ago when I moved to a TINY town in the middle of Montana and became fast friends. She moved away from that town and a few years later I moved away as well, but we kept in touch and have remained friends. She is part of the mom-squad that I do my girl's trips with every year!
It was SO fun to get to photograph her adorable kids and wonderful husband. Miss you like crazy, Lis!
I'm doing a model call for Turlock, California and the surrounding areas in Central California. This is my first year to experience the incredible SPRING here in the Central Valley, and I'd love to capture it with you.
If you are a senior or a family and you're interested in doing a session with me, please send me your email and head over to my model call page to get all the details.
I am so excited to build my business here in California and I have loved getting to know the people here. I can't wait to meet more of you and create some gorgeous images together!
If you would have told me a year ago that today I'd be sitting at my computer in the middle of the Central Valley of California I probably would have laughed at you. I might have even thought you were crazy. A year ago, we were living in a teensy tiny town in Montana, over an hour from the nearest stoplight, but filled with amazing people with huge hearts. I had a business that was growing, and was happy.
When my husband told me that he had a great job opportunity close to his family in California, I pretty much knew we couldn't pass it up, no matter how much I loved Montana. But, chaaaaaaaaange. Change is grueling, and hard to wrap my head around sometimes. I once heard someone describe the feeling of change as being similar to sandpaper across your skin. You know you're not going to die, but it is uncomfortable and horrible, and the anticipation of the pain can sometimes be what sucks the most. Over the course of the last year, however, I've come to view change through a different lens. It can be cleansing. It can be liberating. It can push you to become a better, more authentic version of yourself, and it can be a fantastic catalyst for growth.
Our little family packed up and moved across 4 states all the way to Turlock, and I am so happy to be here! I have made a few changes to my business, including a name change! I'm so excited about all the new opportunities here, as well as the amazing experience Wendy Vincent Photography is now able to offer clients. Because of this move, I've not only made positive changes in my business, but it's helped me be so grateful for my little family and the unit we are. And, if change can help me gain a perspective that contributes to living an abundant life, I say "BRING IT ON".