Kelly approached my about a session for head shots for publications and online marketing for her career as a Flutist. After reading through her bio I realized how accomplished she was. Impressive to say the least. Here is just a little preview:
"Kelly Nivison Roudabush is a versatile flutist with expertise in both modern and historical flute performance. She is a doctorial candidate in historical flute performance at IU’s Early Music Institute as well as other degrees including but not limited to, minors in music education and modern flute performance from IU and additional degrees from Florida State University and Appalachian State University. She teaches privately in Raleigh, NC and directs the Raleigh Area Flute Association Silver Pipes Flute Choir.
Her working background while in Bloomington, IN includes, but is not limited to performing on piccolo with the Indiana Wind Symphony and the Southern Indiana Wind Ensemble and section flute with the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra. Kelly is an up-and-coming name in the early music community. She has been a semi-finalist in the National Flute Association’s Baroque Flute Artist competition three times and won the National Flute Association’s Baroque Masterclass Performers competition in 2011."
The session went awesome, shot in Bloomington on the IU campus. I wanted to thank Kelly for the session and best wishes on her future in Raleigh, NC. Also let me add that I learned a few things on this shoot as well 1) ALWAYS carry multiple synch cords for your triggers and 2) NEVER ever leave a Vagabond Mini lithium battery in a hot car for a week...oh life lessons. thank you and enjoy!