The past week and a half, has been a whirlwind of activity for Kurt Hilton Photography. We’ve been shooting real estate, a wedding, an engagement session, headshots, and our little boy’s birthday party.
This beauty, in Apex NC, is listed by Carol Feeley, at Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston. The owners have done a great job preparing the home for its next owner.
Nice, updated kitchen. Awesome shower and tub, in the master bath. Built-ins, and heavy moulding. Screened-in back porch. Deck. Fenced-in back yard. Hardwood floors.
We shot 14005 Knox Overlook Ct., in Wake Forest, NC, for our client Leslie Douglas, of The Douglas Realty Group. What a beautiful home…
You can get more info on this listing, by contacting Leslie Douglas, at (919)377-8423, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I love to get creative, do things a little different, and have fun. Fortunately, we were asked to do an engagement shoot with Kevin and Carolyn…where we started at their favorite taco spot in Chapel Hill, and ended with a close up, of their pet turtle.
Mix in a shot at the postcard mural. Follow that up with Superman pj’s and scrubs, and you’ve got a recipe for a fun Saturday afternoon photo session.
I had the pleasure of covering the NC Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s 2017 Man and Woman of the Year Gala, at the Raleigh Convention Center this past weekend. The event was hosted by Gerald Owens, of WRAL.
This was my first time covering an event like this, and boy, what an experience it was, to hear about lots of remarkable people, doing remarkable work. Individual candidates for Man and Woman of the Year, built fundraising teams over the past few months, which did more than simply solicit donations. They held bake sales, silent auctions, and many other events that were able to inspire people to get involved, and inform the community about the amazing work being done in cancer research.
Saturday’s event was the culmination of their hard work, and everyone came out to the black tie event, gussied up and ready to have a good time! The event started with a silent auction, followed by dinner, and a live auction.
When it was all said and done, and the totals were calculated, the announcement came that the candidates were able to raise just over……..$1,000,000!!! While only two individuals were able to claim “victory” in the fundraising campaign, I felt a sense of camaraderie among everyone there, having contributed to such a worthy cause.
I’ve shared some of the images here, but you can see many more by visiting the Pixieset album. You’ll need to enter a valid email address to view the images. Send a message to email@example.com, if you wish to download the set, and/or order prints.
As some of you know, Sheena and I love a good road trip. This past weekend, we drove down to Alabama to shoot a wedding, and we just can’t wait to share some of the highlights! We got back in town late last night, so I’ve only had time to cherry pick some of the pictures, but I think you’ll see why we’re so excited. Perfect weather. Beautiful landscapes. And most importantly, a great bride and groom!
It was a bit belated, but we finally got together with Karley and Keela, for their engagement shoot…even though it came after the wedding.
All’s well that ends well, though, as the weather was perfect for an outdoor session. The Raulston Arboretum in Raleigh is a beautiful place for pictures.
We’re really excited for our friends, and wishing them all the happiness in the world!