What people are saying about SPYD Photography!
Elizabeth Kennedy - Danelion Triptych (Etsy)
Your photography has really captured a feeling that is so hard to describe... My husband is in the US military and for the two years he was serving in Iraq for the war, I would send him dandelion seeds as often as I could find them. We believed that if we wished on them and blew them away, somehow they would meet on the wind and we would be together again. It's silly, I know, but those are the kinds of things that made the time bearable for the both of us. When I saw your prints, the significance of everything that image embodies came to the surface... The whimsy, the sadness, the dreams, and the happiness. They are perfect! Thank you so much for your art, I will treasure these images forever.
Amy Roy Gratton - Eight months pregnant at photo shoot.
Jennylynn was very respectful of my ideas and more importantly, respectful of my body. I didn't feel uncomfortable taking pictures that exposed my pregnant belly and she celebrated my pregnancy with me and she gave me a lot of positive feedback about the pictures as we went which made the photo shoot very comfortable. I really appreciated the way Jennylynn incorporated the use of my props that have sentimental value for me. She demonstrated a lot of creativity to showcase their importance. She is excellent with the use of her equipment to ensure that the pictures turned out on the first take which made the session go very quickly. I was also appreciative of how quickly she completed the photos; the turnaround time was impressive.
Jason Gratton - Husband to Amy Roy Gratton
Jennylynn was great at making us laugh which made us feel comfortable and brought natural smiles to our faces. She was really easy going and good to work with.
Karen deMontarnal - Baby Mason 2010
"I can't thank you enough for how great the pictures turned out. You have done an awesome job - we couldn't have asked for more. The photos of our new baby are beautiful, and each time I watch the video I can't help but get a little teared up."