Product Photography: Cresco Labs

Recently, I applied for a job with Cresco Labs as a photographer. To make myself standout, I created images featuring their products and included them with my application. Still haven’t heard back about the job, but I love these images so much I couldn’t wait to share them.

These photographs were created in my home studio using natural light for the first photo and off camera flash for the last 3. My friend Matt served as a model and contributor. Take a look and let me know what you think in the comments!

Elopement: Brittany & Tony

Elopements hold a special place in my heart, as my husband and I eloped a little over a year ago. When Brittany asked if I could document her and Tony's elopement at Chicago's City Hall, I was thrilled! We ended up adventuring and taking pictures all around downtown. It was fun to hear the many "congratulations" from passerbys. Brittany and Tony even got to hop in a firetruck and honk the horn! Check out this city filled elopement!

 

 

Family Photography + Cake Smash: DeRoo Family

On a rainy Sunday in June, my husband and I drove to Schaumburg to do a family photoshoot with one of his oldest friends, Chris DeRoo. Brian has known Chris since they were maybe 5 years old? He's also known Chris's wife, Megan, since high school as Chris & Megan were high school sweethearts. They now have two beautiful boys and are in the process of relocating to St. Louis. Their youngest son, Henry, just turned one, so we added a cake smash to the session. Take a look!

Engagement Session: Maggie & Emily

Maggie & Em. Where to begin? I am so honored to be photographing the wedding of these two stellar women, next month. Let's just say the world is a better place with this power couple. We took these engagement photos on a chilly, Spring day around Montrose Harbor. Take a look and try not to fall in love. 

Travel Photography: Macau, China

May 11, 2018 EDIT:

The original contents of this post have been removed so they can be added to a zine I'm creating! The zine will cover our 9 day adventure through China & Thailand. It will include long prose and a multitude of photographs. If you would like a copy of the zine comment with your email address below. Until then, here are a few photos taken on our Asian adventure.  

Hello, Asia!

Tomorrow, my husband and I leave for a 9 day adventure in Asia- specifically, Macau, Hong Kong & Bangkok. We are so excited! We are going to see our good friend Shaunessy who is living in Macau. For those unfamiliar, Macau is a part of China and just a short boat ride away from Hong Kong. We figure there's no better time to explore a new country than when you have a close friend living there!

We plan to stay in China a few days before heading over to Bangkok, Thailand. Once there, we're meeting up with a cousin of mine I haven't seen since I was 3! After a few days in Thailand, our friend Shaunessy is going to meet up with us in Bangkok. He has friends in the city that wants to show us around. It is going to be quite the adventure! Can't wait to share some incredible photos with you, but this will have to do for now!

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Pulaski Day!

Back in December my friend Brian contacted me to schedule a shoot for holiday cards. He and his wife don't send out cards for Christmas, instead they send out Pulaski Day cards! Cute, right? Brian had a clear vision of what he wanted. An American Gothic inspired image of a couple making pierogies for Pulaski Day. We did the shoot in their kitchen in Brookfield. Take a look at the final image!

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Portraits in the studio!

This week, the Laura Suprenant Photography team (which comprises of me and sometimes my husband) have been shooting portraits in their HOME studio! Yes, that's right, a photography studio, in my home.  And yes, it is as exciting as it sounds. Finally, we have a large space with tools and lights and white walls and enough natural light to make you swoon. The studio is a work in progress, evolving more and more as we continue to do photoshoots. Keep checking in to see our progress! 

Hayley & Michael Engagement

When my cousin asked if I could take he and his fiancee's engagement photos, I was beyond excited. It is such a joy to do what I love with friends and family. We decided to do the shoot at our Grandparent's farm. Michael knew the perfect spot, between the corn fields, next to the creek. We got there right as the sun was setting, creating a magical backdrop for our session. Check out this sun soaked photo shoot with Michael, Hayley and their dog Gracie.

Corporate Headshots

In today's professional world, everyone needs a head shot. Whether it be for your LinkedIn profile or company website, a professional headshot conveys a commitment to quality. It shows potential clients and employers you value your work and take it seriously. We offer corporate headshot services for individuals and teams. Portraits start at $75. Contact me today for more info.

While you're here, check out this series we did for 2 Point Perspective below! 

Engagement Specials

Congrats to all the newly engaged couples! The holidays are a wonderful time to get engaged. Prior to my engagement last Christmas, I thought the idea of a holiday engagement seemed cliche. However, after it happened, I had a huge change of heart.  I was so grateful this once in a lifetime moment occurred when family was in town. We were able to celebrate together and I could feel their love and see the excitement in their eyes. 

In honor of holiday engagements, we are offering $100 off all engagement packages booked now through February 28. Which means, engagement sessions now start at $250! *jaw drop* To book your session and find out more about engagement packages, contact me. I can't wait to celebrate this special time with you!

Take a look at some of our past engagement sessions below.

Farm & Preset Fun

These are outtakes from a pre-shoot photoshoot featuring me, my husband, my sister, Joanne the cat and my Grandparents farm. Taken in mid-December and edited with Phil Chester presets, these photos have a real aged, moody feel. Check them out.