The sun’ll come out tomorrow! Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow, there’ll be sun!
When I was 3 years old, I saw my first movie in the movie theatre, and it was Annie. I dropped my box of Smarties on the floor and they spilled everywhere, resulting in the type of tears only a 3-year-old on a sugar high can produce. Even though my first Annie experience wasn’t the best, I have many more memories of watching the show, curled up on the couch at my grandparents’ house. It was a favourite.
Last night, we added to my Annie memories by taking my 4.5 year old son to see the Delta Youth Theatre‘s production at the Genesis Theatre at Delta Secondary School. And we all LOVED it. I was fortunate enough to meet a huge percentage of these talented kids when I did headshots for them earlier in October. It’s so much fun for me to pick out the students I photographed as they dance and sing their little hearts out on stage. I have a sneaking suspicion that one day, I’ll be watching my own little guy up there, performing away for the masses.
But truthfully, these kids and their adult team of directors, choreographers, set and costume designers did an outstanding job. We enjoyed every minute of it, and I can’t wait to do headshots for their next production, Beauty and the Beast, in the new year!
Eran Sudds is a Ladner headshots photographer who specializes in capturing the true essence of each individual she works with. She is also available for family, maternity and newborn portrait sessions. *Ask about her special youth headshot session rate*