December 31, 2015

wonder flow class of 2015/2016

Every year I take portraits of the kids at my sons Waldorf school for their “profile books”. It is such an incredible experience every time. Each and every one of the 60+ kids have such amazing personalities and I love to be able to watch them grow into these remarkable tiny humans.

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