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    Client Testimonial

    Friday, February 15th, 2013

    A while back I had a videographer come to a few sessions to document what I do and he developed this footage and story. Not sure why it’s taken me so long to share these but I love what he put together and hope you will enjoy watching a bit of the ‘behind the scenes’ :)

    http://vimeo.com/35221697  and  http://vimeo.com/37548118

    Hello Heartbreakers ~ Minneapolis Family Photography

    Friday, November 9th, 2012

    I have known this couple since elementary school! Well they weren’t a couple back then :) But they have been together more than half their lives and look as beautiful and as in love as I remember them back then! Plus 2 grade school aged boys. What bliss to re-connect with people in our lives in this way – one of the biggest blessings of my job.  We had such a great time on a chilly and windy October day but I love how hearty us Minnesotans are – and don’t let it get in our way.  I just try to keep my eye on red noses :)   They trekked all along the riverfront with me and we ended our session on the Stone Arch Bridge – such a great Minneapolis landmark.

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    Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!

    Monday, June 18th, 2012

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    2011 Year in Review {Family Sessions}

    Friday, February 3rd, 2012

    WOW what a year! I knew I was busy and covered a lot of territory across the metro but I guess I didn’t realize the full scope of that ‘busy-ness’ until I started to pull this highlight segment together.  Look at how much fun I had!  I am so blessed to have a job that allows me to continually meet and spend time with so many wonderful people and families, many of them year after year. 

    Over the past 4 years of  Teresa Hermes Photography  I have come to realize that documenting a family with my camera is by far, my favorite type of session.  And by family I mean 2 or more people :)   Of course I love photographing individual babies/children.  And yes! I love photographing grownups too as you’ve maybe seen a lot more headshot sessions popping up on my facebook page this past year.  I love the variety I am able to achieve in these sessions because an adult is a bit more reliable in following cues and directions than a 2 year old is :) It’s simply a different kind of energy that goes into these sessions.  So I do love it all and how no two sessions are ever the same – I thrive on that! But I find I am most fulfilled and enriched by documenting a family.   I think much of this stems from watching my own children grow up much faster than I ever believed they would – and how much I cherish every image I have of our interactions together – playing, hugging, kissing.  It takes those special moments and freezes them on paper… forever. I am continually looking at our photos and marveling at how quickly they went from  baby to toddler to school aged siblings in no time at all.  This is what makes me so passionate about capturing your interactions – the silly smiles and laughs, the tender hugs and kisses, and everything in between.

     This post is just a quick snapshot of it all! I wish I could include all my sessions but the post was growing too long as it was. You can view most all of my sessions on my facebook page http://www.facebook.com/#!/teresahermesphotography if you wanted to see something that is missing.

    Thank you again to all my friends and clients who allow me to do what I love doing! xo

    Along the St. Anthony River, Minneapolis Minnesota

    Monday, October 24th, 2011

    I love meeting new families! It was a perfectly gorgeous fall evening when I met up with this beautiful family and rightly so as we had gotten rained out several weeks prior!  I first got to watch them enjoy playing soccer and football together and then we ran around and had a great time. We ended the session on and under the Stone Arch Bridge – doing a little twirling on the bridge and a bit of stone skipping in the Mississippi below. Thank you so much for letting me meet your family and spend the evening together!