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Below is a quick 6 minute quiz that will give me a little insight into who you are and help me narrow down my four winners! Looking forward to reading more about you 🙂 I'll be in touch via email to announce my four winning couples!

Free Engagement Session Contest

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by Scott McCormick

Ana Lavalle

Los Angeles — California

"Meet Ana Lavalle, a visionary photographer with a life story as captivating as her lens. Born amidst the vibrant streets of Mexico City in 1984, Ana's life unfolded between the cultural tapestries of Pacifica, CA, and her Mexican roots. Fifteen years ago, she found her home in the heart of Texas.

Ana's journey into the world of photography began during her college years when she made the decision to shift her focus from a conventional major to the captivating realm of visual storytelling. In a mere five years, she ascended to the pinnacle of her field, making her name known and collaborating with premier modeling agencies across the United States.

Her trajectory took an exhilarating turn when she assumed the role of Photography Director for Fashion Houston, the foremost fashion spectacle in the Southern United States. Ana's artistic prowess graced the pages of prestigious publications such as Vogue and Apple, opening doors to even grander projects.

Over the subsequent decade, Ana Lavalle underwent a metamorphosis in her artistic expression, transitioning from the high-octane world of fashion to the intimate realm of portraiture. Eventually, she seamlessly melded her passion for editorial aesthetics into the realm of cinematic wedding photojournalism.

In her own words, Ana discovered a newfound ardor for capturing life's spontaneous moments, embracing the swift cadence of weddings. She describes her role as that of a daydream catcher, immortalizing the essence of love and life as they gracefully unfold. Ana Lavalle, a maestro of the visual narrative, continues to paint poignant stories through her lens, weaving dreams into every frame."