Lars Kofoed Prof. Zoo konservator
The best part of being a portrait photographer is preserving special moments in people’s lives. But there doesn’t need to be a special occasion to have your portrait taken. Sometimes it is simply the love that you feel for your family, or that your little ones are growing up so fast and you want to capture that moment in time.
When I am not behind the camera you will find me out and about in East Lansing with my husband Rick and our two daughters, Elizabeth and Angela.
We have many first steps in our lives. Our actual first steps. Our first day at school. Our first day of work. And most importantly, our first steps we take together as a married couple. As a photographer, I try to put myself into the shoes of the couple as they take these first steps to capture the emotions they are feeling. Which isn’t always easy because oftentimes nervousness is the overriding emotion when having photographs taken.
Love blossomed early for Emily and Mark, but it took a circuitous route before finally bringing them back together. Growing up in the Michigan they were childhood classmates but lost touch with each other during college. Fortunately, they were reunited in Turkey when they literally crossed paths hiking in Cappadocia.