"Beauty is not in the face; beauty is a light in the heart." -Kahlil Gibran
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My name is Jennifer Mendoza Stanelle. I photograph families, from newborns to great, great grandparents.
My goal is to create a portrait with you that captures where your family is in this moment in time, whether that is diapers, little league, braces, or beyond. My photographs are about you.
Visit my Portfolio pages for samples of my work. Keep in mind that if you choose to work with me, your photos will not be reproductions of what you see there. Your portraits will be as unique as your family. Just like you, my work is always evolving.
Follow me here on the blog (posts are below). You can also join me on Facebook or Pinterest. In addition to photography, I am interested in being the best wife, mom, sister, friend, daughter and member of my community - locally and globally - I can be. I don't claim to be superwoman, by any means. It's a crazy juggling act in which I'm doing the best I can. Occasionally, I will blog about things that relate to those topics as well.
And to answer one of the questions I get asked most: You can call me Jen, Jenny, Jennifer, Mendoza or Stanelle. I get and respond to them all!
Photos of me by Elle Photography.
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Book ANY type of session for this fall (September through November) with me BEFORE September 1 and get $100 off session fee, PLUS one digital file. I realized after posting the original offer that last year’s holiday sessions included the file. I didn’t want to give something only to take something else away, so I made the change. This is great opportunity to plan ahead for holiday cards, presents, babies getting ready to be born…
In order to qualify, I will ask for a 50% deposit and a tentative commitment to a date and time. For information on pricing, roll over the Details tab above, then click on Services.
The summer seems to have flown by, and the year’s end will be here just as quickly! I can hardly believe these photos of my “baby” were taken just two months ago, and this weekend we’re getting ready to pack away the crib. Ouch. My chest just tightened a little bit.
As the wise Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “This time like all times is a very good one if we but know what to do with it.”
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