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New and Fresh for 2014 + Win a Starbucks® Giftcard!

Introducing the new look of Jennifer King Photography! What a fresh face too! Even though its February, I believe it’s not too late to start something new and fresh. I have simplified my site, and my business. I am first and foremost a portrait photographer, always have been. I have focused on people’s faces and their expressions since I began shooting professionally in 2008. I will continue to offer photo sessions for all ages but I am specializing in headshots and portraiture for kids, teens, adults as well as dancers, models, and actors. This beauty below is a ballerina for Columbia Ballet School and is taking acting classes at the Millie Lewis Talent Agency here in Columbia. She shines a beautiful light whenever she goes. So proud of her and excited for her future! Keep up the hardwork sweetie!

What’s new and fresh for you and for 2014? Want a free cup of coffee or a treat from Starbucks?  Grab a cuppa and tell me what’s new and fresh for you for 2014  in the comments below and I’ll choose one person  via Random.org  number generator on February 14 at 12:00pm EST to receive a $10.00 Starbucks® gift card!  Easy peasy just comment and share! I will hold one of these weekly throughout the month of February. Check back next week on Thursday –FRIDAY, February 14–for another post and another giveaway for a gift card!

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  • randi hansen - Such lovely work here! Love, love, love the baby pictures! They make me wish I had a little bean to bring to your studio.ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Del Rossi - Jennifer, your daughter is absolutely stunning as are your pictures. You are a true professional and I enjoy seeing your work and your success! What’s new for me in 2014 is living in the moment and not worring so much about what is going to happen.

    Rainbows and Unicorns!

    PS – typo above (I think) Keep up the handwork sweetie! as opposed to handwork?ReplyCancel

  • Jan Banning - Beautiful photo, great work, fine communicator.ReplyCancel

  • Tonya Rogers - Your sweet girl has grown into such a beautiful young lady! What amazing pictures also! Great job Jennifer!ReplyCancel

  • Teri Eaton - This photo is so beautiful! SHE is so beautiful! I love her smile. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Nelson - Beautiful photo!ReplyCancel

  • Adam King - Looking forward to you putting your boundless photog skills to re-telling the story of Native American Removal using family heirlooms and stories!ReplyCancel

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