Hello! I'm Beth, thanks so much for visiting my blog! I'm an Oklahoma City based photographer. I use only available light, shoot on-location, and 90% of my work is with kids! I love that my JOB is to make art and make friends. My sole purpose is for my images to say, 'WOW'. Life will be different tomorrow so make sure and remember today :) Best ~B

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Funky Monkey

I'm so excited to be working with Funky Monkey boutique in OKC! I have searched high and low for a good boutique for kids in this city and when I walked in to Funky Monkey I knew I had found it! Let me just say they have the BEST selection around, 100% my choice in dressing kids, especially for shoots! I encourage all of my clients to think FUNKY, as my style is NOT classic so kids' dress should also reflect that! I LOVE lots of color and patterns (mixing colors and patterns) and adding layer upon layer. As you can see I LOVE hats and tights and boots and furs and whatever can make a little one stand out! If you go to Funky Monkey and tell them you have a shoot with me they will help with you in picking out your outfits! TONIGHT from 6-8, Funky Monkey is having a 'Grand Opening' party and everything is 15% off. Check it out, as a mother of two BOYS you will not be dissapointed in the selection for mom,baby, boy or girl! Happy shopping :)

Funky Monkey: 14101 N. May Ave, OKC, OK 478-7066


swhome247 said...

OMG, I think I know the owner (photographed her family) if it's Jessica?

How cool! If it's not here, I still would like to congratulate you on this working relationship!!!

Good luck and have fun!!

Born 2 Bee Wild said...

I love love love your style of photography! I have a small childrens line of shirts, onesies, and hoodies called Born 2 Bee Wild. I would love for you shoot my line this coming spring. I think we're the perfect fit as I also LOVE color and mixing patterns to go with my shirts. I've also heard they would go perfectly in Funky Monkey so I'm thinking of seeing what they think. Hope to meet you soon.
Susan Edwards

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