WILD CHILD II Session: La'Brea - PART 2

The second of three parts of the latest Wild Child session with the lovely La'Brea Rashad is now up! A special thanks to Electric Revival vintage for letting us borrow a few pieces for the shoot. 

Model: La'Brea Rashad 
MUA: Margaret Snider
Clothing: Nasty Gal, Levis, Calvin Klein, & Electric Revival Vintage
Photography: Alex McClelland 


I cannot contain my excitement that my first round in this series of Wild Child sessions is going out to the world! Wild Child sessions are the brainchild of myself and fellow creative & makeup artist, Margaret Snider. We're pretty sure this is our favorite shoot, let alone Wild Child session, to date. We are proud of ourselves for our styling and coordination and we are so happy to present to you the photos of La'Brea! 

Everything for this shoot fell perfectly into place, and we couldn't have been more thrilled. La'Brea was willing to get up at 4:30 in the morning to meet us in midtown for hair and makeup, then followed us 45 minutes outside the city.... Then we all successfully hiked up a mountain to get these views. Not to mention, that morning it was absolutely freezing, and she rocked every single outfit without a goosebump in sight. Her natural beauty, and easy-going, wonderful spirit really pulled together the look we were going for, and for that we're grateful! Thanks for rocking this shoot, La'Brea. 

Without anything further, check out part one of our shoot below. I'm thankful for everyone's support. 


Photography: Alex McClelland Photography & Design
Makeup: Margaret Snider Makeup Artistry
Model: La'Brea Rashad
Clothing: NastyGal (white shag jacket, camel hat) & black suede jacket by Electric Revival Vintage

Matt and Cortney: Downtown Atlanta engagement session

I am so excited to share these with you all! I had been in touch with Cortney, and she told me that she and her fiance, Matt, wanted to capture their engagement photos that really showcased Atlanta. So, naturally, we got killer skyline views by shooting in Piedmont Park and on Jackson Street Bridge (one of my all-time-favorite spots in Atlanta!) 

They also brought their sweet puppy, Blue... Just wait until you see how photogenic this little family is! Even Blue knew how to pose and gave me a smile :)

So without anything further, here are Cortney and Matt (and Blue!).