Thursday, June 26, 2008

Weddings, weddings, and more weddings!

It's been a very busy summer! Several of my friends have gotten married and several still have weddings coming up. We traveled to Wisconsin last month for my friend Lisa's wedding. I am not a wedding photographer, but I always snap a few while I'm there.  Maybe one day I'll take the leap and start doing weddings.  

First dance as husband & wife
Lisa & Rob

We also saw some lovely scenery on our trip. The barns in Wisconsin are beautiful!

Red Barn

Wisconsin barn

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Fun for the whole family!

I had a family session with my friend Kim a couple of weeks ago.  Her son N is the sweetest boy!  I just adore him.  We did the photos at Spring Lake Park in Texarkana.  I took my daughter along, which proved to be quite the challenge because the kids were more interested in playing than in getting their photos.  

Loving family



N was trying to share his apple.

My little nugget of cuteness.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Babies, babies everywhere!

It seems like there are babies everywhere lately... or maybe it just seems that way because I am painfully aware that my baby is growing up.  This abundance of babies is keeping me rather busy, and since I love newborn photos, it's a good kind of busy.  

Meet the very adorable Miss A.  I had so much fun at her photoshoot, even though I got wee-wee'ed on.  It's a hazard in my line of work.  Here are a few of my favorites.  

Baby A

Bed of Roses

Little Angel

So snuggly

162/365 Miss A

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Beautifully Pregnant

My first maternity session in Texarkana was with the lovely Krista.  She recently delivered a beautiful baby girl!  Congratulations momma!  Here are a couple of my favorite shots from the session.

Maternity with Texture

143/365 Maternity Session

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Here I am...

I finally gave in and started a "professional" blog.

I recently relocated to Texarkana from San Diego. I grew up in Texarkana, so it wasn't a total shock, but definitely a big change from what I had grown accustomed to. I love being close to my family again. Because of the move, I've had to start completely over with my business. Which is good.... and not-so-good. It gives me the chance to re-create myself using everything I have learned during the past 2 years. But... business is slow. I've had a few paying sessions, a few pro-bono sessions... but nothing like the packed schedule I was use to in San Diego. On the bright side, I am able to devote all of my energy to the few clients that I get!

Anyways, here's to new beginnings!