Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Another Senior Session

The day was beautiful. The only problem was the 38 degree temperature, wind, and on and off rain. She never complained, though. I just took a peak at these so I may have more to share later.

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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

A Recent Senior Session at the Mill.

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Saturday, October 14, 2006

She Makes My Job Easy

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Friday, October 13, 2006


I don't usually photograph large groups. But I have one client that is very special. She has referred me to many, many people and really helped my business get off the ground. So when she asked if I would photograph her extended family along with her father's vintage pick up truck, how could I refuse? Yes, that's right. I was asked to photograph a truck. Me. The baby photographer. I'm still proofing the truck photos and hope to have some of them to share very soon. In the meanwhile, here's another photo from the same session. That's my "tutu baby" getting a smooch. This photo just makes me smile.

On another note, many of you have commented on the little girl on the front of my business card. A few days ago she was taken to Children's Hospital. As my clients know, I never share personal information about the children I photograph so I can't give too many details. She is doing better, but her diagnosis is unclear. I'm sure her family would appreciate prayers for her recovery right now.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

A Few from a Recent Session

Well, I haven't posted in ages. I've been very busy and very productive. Over the weekend I had a session with an adorable brother and sister. It's always such a privilege for me to go to people's homes and be allowed to interact with them and get to know their kids. These two little ones were pretty shy at first, but by the end of the session the older one wanted me to pick him up. Ahh, the thrill of acceptance. Because kids are real. They don't fake it. They don't pretend to like people they don't. So when a child decides you're OK, it really means something.

Here are a few of my favotire photos from the evening.

Such a serious look. I love it!

Another serious look. But what an adorable face.

I also wanted to share a new product I will be offering my clients. For all future sessions, I will be putting together one or two storyboards that they may purchase. A storyboard will be either 12 x 12 or 10 x20. They come mounted on double weighted mat board and sprayed for protection. They can be framed or displayed unframed. Below is one of the storyboards from my weekend session. I can also do custom storyboards for clients who have something special in mind. I will put more details regarding storyboards on my website in the next few days.

Sample 10 x 20 Storyboard

Monday, October 02, 2006

Proofing and Ordering changes

I am changing my proofing and ordering policies listed on the Details page of my website. I wanted to let my clients know that if you have already had your session, or if you have already booked and paid for your session, these changes do not affect you. I will honor the policies that were in place at the time of your session or at the time you paid for your session.

You can read the new policies here. Scroll to the bottom of the page.

You will also receive a copy of the policies at the time of your session.