Saturday, November 28, 2009


Sunday, I had my first couple session. I have to admit, it felt really strange being behind the camera and not making funny noises or shaking a toy to get a child's attention. Bonnie and Wayne are such a fun couple and there is nothing more obvious than the love between the two of them.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Allen Family Preview

What a perfectly cloudy day at the park. These brothers were too cute, it's a serious case of Monkey See, Monkey Do! LOL Thanks Melea!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Robinson Family Preview

Saturday, I was invited to do a session at Gaither's Plantation...what a beautiful place and what a sweet family! I had a great time meeting the Robinson family and enjoying the day with them. Thanks y'all!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Howard Family...Preview

It was a lot of catching up with the Howard family last week! The sun was super bright, but we managed to get some great shots anyway!! As always, they made me laugh so hard!

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Allen Family...Preview

Last Saturday I had the pleasure of doing a large group session at the Park, it was such a beautiful day and the leaves were just perfect. Everyone was so laid back and did such a great job. They were totally awesome and I certainly hope to work with them again in the future...Thanks Guys!!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Selph Family, Preview

Saturday was such a gorgeous day and I was so excited to about the two sessions that I had scheduled. It began at Turner Lake with Terrell and Meggie and cute as a bug, Garrison. It was a challenge getting Garrison to smile, but I think we managed to get some great shots of him.

Colson Family Preview

Last Friday, I had the privilege to travel to Winder for a session with the Colsons at Fort Yargo. This was my first visit to Fort Yargo and let me tell you...boy, was I impressed! It was so beautiful and so nicely kept up. The girls was so precious, such hams! Especially Kennedy with that little head tilt of hers. And Cassidy, boy can she bat those eyelashes. Amy wanted to capture the feel of an old fashioned Christmas and I think we were able to do that at Fort Yargo. Thanks Trace and Amy!!