Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Castleman Family Session

Loving that the Fall is here and that it’s time for Family Sessions. I am telling you, Zander is one of kind. He is the cutest little one you’ll ever meet. He’ll tell you his stories. His life and even … Continue reading

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A sneak peek into the 5/6 year old ACTION SHOTS

Fall Ball. 37 teams to shoot. 35 are done and only 2 left. Thank goodness! I know I have said this before; as physically exhausting as it is- I love it. It’s like it’s my escape. I don’t even think … Continue reading

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Ashley Scott: a senior shoot between the dash

For Christmas this past year she gave me a beautiful gift that I will always treasure. It was a small book that held such powerful words. A book called The Dash. Her senior shoot was a moment between the dash … Continue reading

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SCMS Cheerleaders ’12

Now this was something different. Something new for me. I had never photographed that many girls at once and especially not jumping & flipping & cheering at once. That was something else! I will admit it was fun, but wow, … Continue reading

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Jill’s SeNIoR shoot

It was a really, really, really hot day. Yet we searched for the shaded areas and took in the light breeze we got at times. She decided to graduate early and double up her load. So a 2012 senior became … Continue reading

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Zach’s SeNIoR shoot: Class of 2012

Another great shoot. This time with a boy who has a love for the game of Football. Yes, he plays Baseball too but his heart is in Football. A great athlete. Outgoing. Spontaneous. Serious. When we met prior to the … Continue reading

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Sydney’s SeNIoR shoot: Class of 2012

She is really quiet. I’d even say she is a little shy. Possibly even uncertain at times as to how to be- especially in front of the camera. “I understand, I told her. “I am never in front of the … Continue reading

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