Monthly Archives: March 2006

We are so excited, we’re leaving for Disney tomorrow morning!! After reviewing my summer schedule about a month ago, we realized that if we wanted to take a family vacation, we’d better do so quickly! Ella packed her suitcase this morning, she’s gonna have a blast! I will have limited access to email, but will […]

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Often, when I’m working on client images, I like to mess around with a few album layouts to get a feel for how I would tell the story of their wedding. So, as I continue to process Daniell and Kirby’s wedding images, I put together a few layouts and thought that it would be fun […]

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My dear sister-in-law Brenda and my niece Haley came to stay with us for a few days last week. Brenda is starting to pick up photography, so we spent our time together learning about the camera, lighting, posing, etc. And of course, 13 year old Haley was our gracious model. She has a very Abercrombie […]

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While attending the FW4 workshop in Dallas, I met Cory Ann Ellis from AC Ellis Photography. And in-between the brow beating, we had the chance to get to know each other, talk shop, etc. Anyway, I love her work, and was really hoping that we’d get the chance to work together at some point. Well, […]

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My fabulous assistant and second shooter Heather is expecting her first child in June, and will be off on maternity leave until later this year. Heather has been with me since the very beginning, and I will really miss the creativity that she brings to our team. I took this image of her last fall, […]

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As I mentioned previously, I worked with the most awesome family while shooting my assignment in Dallas. Jen (the mom) and I bonded instantly… it turns out that she’s a photographer as well!! Check out her website, she does awesome work with children. Anyway, we just had a fabulous time hanging out, and I was […]

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