If you asked me what tools and tricks I have up my sleeve, you probably wouldn't expect me to say that acupuncture is essential for restoring my energy, creativity, and maintaining a healthy body. Debbie Hardin is the owner of Hardin Acupuncture and is located at the Nuin Center in Highland Park. She is an amazing acupuncturist and a wonderful person. Edible Allegheny recently wrote an article that excellently described what it is like to receive acupuncture treatment with Debbie. Here are a few of my favorite headshots that I recently created for her.
The first time I met Alex we were with a bunch of friends who had decided to go camping. Once we got there we all assembled our tents, and gathered around the evening campfire. Having looked forward to this trip for a while, everyone spoke and laughed loudly. What all failed to notice was the park ranger who had emerged from the dark forest and was suddenly shining his flashlight on our beverage mugs. "What do you have in there?", he asked. Ummm.... no-no-nothing. Someone poured their beverage into the fire and said it was water. Very convincing. ;) The whole trip was a blast, and is something that we often reminisce over. Alex recently contacted me and wanted headshots with a variety of expressions. Hey... with all the movies being filmed in Pittsburgh, there are ample opportunities to be an extra. I love doing lifestyle portraits, and I am really happy with how these came out. Alex you look gorgeous, and I had so much fun! Let's do it again soon OK. I promise I will leave the bad jokes at home. :)