Jonni Super Photography: 2017 – The Year In Review
What a year it has been!!
This was a fantastic year, 2017. I returned from Israel in November of 2016, and relaxed through the new year before diving straight into the 2017 wedding and mitzvah season. I ended up filling the year with projects and client sessions and parties and people and families, and of course, weddings and mitzvahs.
This year, I had the honour of photographing over 60 events. Thank you to all of the wonderful clients who made my job so much fun! In addition to the new clients that I’ve had the honour to photograph this year, it is been such a treat to see past families return with younger siblings who are at mitzvah age. It never ceases to amaze me how quickly the kids grow up and change, and seeing them a year or two later is wonderful. I promise to never take for granted the privilege of documenting the special times in these families lives. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing me to photograph you all as you grow, marry, and come of age.
So now on to some of the photos, shall we?
This is my favourite part and will hopefully become an annual tradition because it makes me stop, pause, and reflect on all the amazing people that I’ve had the chance to photograph this last year. It’s such a gift to take a step back from this crazy life and see the beauty of the big picture, not just all the little moments that comprise it but the GREAT BIG PICTURE. I don’t see the flyaway hairs or closed eyes, the awkward tween poses and the weird expressions. I just see the beautiful, shining faces looking back into my lens. I see compassion, joy, pride, love, and hope. It is always an important reminder of why I fell in love with photography in the first place.
The photos here are not necessarily the best or the most perfect or the most memorable, but they were the photos that made me stop and take a second look. Just something in the eyes, or an expression, or a smile that made me choose. I’ve put together one photo from most every event, enjoy.
Photos are HERE