2022 Fall Mini Photo Session Signups are Open (Phoenix mini session photographer}

July 13, 2022
2022 Family Mini Session Sign Ups are Open! What are Mini-Sessions? Mini-sessions with Michele Dawson PHOTOGRAPHY are fast-paced and perfect if you just need a few family or sibling photos for your holiday cards and gifts, or if you have young children (or teens) who might not have the patience for a full family session. I offer outdoor...
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Senior Photo Session in the Phoenix Desert {Phoenix senior photographer}

February 16, 2022
Those of us in the Phoenix area are so lucky to have the beautiful desert as a backdrop for photos. High school seniors in particular love having the desert as an option. I've found that seniors are in one of two camps: they really want their photos in the desert, or they absolutely don't. Fortunately, there is plenty of variety in the types of lo...
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Gorgeous Phoenix Cave Creek Senior Photo Session {Phoenix senior photographer}

January 12, 2022
Gorgeous Senior Desert Session in Cave Creek, Phoenix area One of the best things about being a portrait photographer in Phoenix is being able to use our gorgeous desert backdrop in your senior, family, and dance photos. I especially love this area in Cave Creek. At the top of the trail head is this stunning, hilly, saguaro-studded landscape. The...
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Phoenix Senior Photo Session at Manistee Ranch {Phoenix senior photographer}

September 28, 2021
When you think of a senior photo session in Phoenix, what comes to mind? Desert? While photo sessions in our saguaro-studded landscape are absolutely stunning, some seniors opt for a look that's off the grid like Reagan did for this fun session at Manistee Ranch. Built in 1897 by a wealthy lumber baron from Wisconsin named Herbert W. Hamilton, M...
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Family Photo Session at Scorpion Gulch {Phoenix family photographer}

September 24, 2021  •  Leave a Comment
If you're in the Phoenix area and haven't had your family photos taken at Scorpion Gulch, let me tell you something. You're missing out! Built in 1936, this South Mountain hot spot was originally a home and trading post where jewelry, curios, soda, and candy were sold. Today the roofs of the buildings are gone, but the beautiful stone frameworks r...
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