Albuquerque Event Photographer | FemCity Seasons 52
Last Friday Emily (our Studio Manager), and I met with a group, that I am a member of, FemCity Albuquerque. FemCity Albuquerque is a local branch of an international group that works to support and connect the women of Albuquerque. I connected with them through Facebook, and have enjoyed getting to know a wide variety of professional women here in our city. They take members who are in the corporate world, self-starting entrepreneurs and nonprofit.
Each meeting is held at the new Albuquerque restaurant, Seasons 52 for a ‘lunch and learn’ get together. (Not to be mistaken with our locally owned, Seasons.) Seasons 52 is a national chain, but they have striven to keep it small, only 52 locations. Their menu is fresh and seasonally changes. I loved the sparkling raspberry lemonade, and the dessert slider tray. The server brings out 100 calorie servings of desert, in shooter glasses. It’s an inventive way of serving a guilt-free dessert. During the get together, we were able to introduce ourselves to each other and tell a little bit about our businesses. There are members who are authors, healers, dietitians, life coaches, event coordinators, and more! Such variety leads to a great discussion and a great group.
Several of the members have reached out to me to take pictures of their different events. I have done portraits of one of the member’s granddaughter, and professional headshots for another member. I also had the great pleasure of shooting Jessica’s (the current president) wedding at Hotel Andaluz.
Albuquerque is a growing, thriving city, and I am so proud to be a part of that growth. I am loving my community, networking groups.
One of our members is in charge of the Dîner en Blanc. If you have never heard of it, it’s a night you won’t soon forget!
Kate of Tyler Brooke Photography is an Albuquerque Children Photographer specializing in maternity, newborn, baby, family, child, senior, wedding and maternity photography in Albuquerque, New Mexico and surrounding areas.