Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Gift from a Friend

A very dear friend of ours passed away on March 4th. The following week, his daughter was down sorting through his things . In the back bedroom was this desk .. she told me that it had been her Grandmothers and she wanted me to have it.. NO !!! I couldn't possibly take something so beautiful that belonged to your Grandmother! She said she really had nowhere to put it, so I agreed to "keep" it for her. Now, you know me, the wheels were spinning immediately with ideas for a photo session using this beautiful old phone desk, and this week-end I got to try it out!

Monday, April 15, 2013

Pirate Barrett

Barrett's Mom decided on a studio mini-session as opposed to an outdoor one because we had NO idea what this crazy weather of ours was going to do! He is really into pirates, so for the majority of his session, a pirate theme it was, and he sure did make the cutest little pirate EVER!


This 4 year old  little cutie pie walked right in, plopped herself down and did a perfect job for her headshot session. I have NO DOUBT that she can totally rock a pageant stage ! Isn't she adorable!


Sanowa is usually really quite good for her sessions .. NEVER cries! Well, Never say NEVER ! She let us know, THIS particular day ...she was not happy with us AT ALL and so we were reduced to a few cake smash shots and rescheduling the remainder of her session.

session for another day

Wednesday, April 3, 2013


Now that Chloe is a bit older and can pull up on her own she is such a happy girl and did great for her 6 month session yesterday


Sweet Kinsley is still determined to show us she doesn't have to smile if she doesn't want to  LOL ... however I do believe she is warming up to this whole "picture" thing and will be all smiles for her next session

Easter Mini's (2)

The bunnies were kind enough to agree to help us out for a second day of Easter/ Spring Mini-Sessions on Friday and again, the kids LOVED it !

Sara Emily

We had a beautiful sunny day for Sara Emily's session , and a couple of horses that were as unsure about us as we were about them