Posted on August 18, 2013
I am so far behind on blogging that it is ridiculous but I am compelled to post a quick peek of this session of a most adorable and sweet six month old boy. Oh goodness he is so sweet. I don’t believe he cried or fussed at all the entire time. And oh so photogenic with his bright blue eyes, sweet smile and fuzzy blond hair. It was three years ago that I photographed his beautiful older sister when she was about the same age. It is always such fun for me to be able to see my past baby clients as they grow. You can see big sister’s baby session here. Mom, Dad and Grandparents, I hope you enjoy this little peek at the photos. More to come soon.
Posted on April 30, 2013
I am finally getting around to blogging this beautiful family’s maternity session. I had the sweet privilege of shooting big sister’s newborn session three years ago. I cannot believe how the years have flown by! Now she is one of the brightest little girls I have encountered. What fun to talk with her and marvel at how well spoken she is. I think it is quite apparent in her photos just how much personality she has. I loved photographing her. Look how gorgeous this family is while they are waiting on baby sister to arrive. What a lovely day this was. Enjoy!
Posted on January 17, 2013
As promised here are some images of the newborn session from the maternity that I posted just below. This little baby boy was a special treat for this family after having three beautiful girls. Oh this precious baby is such a doll. You can tell already that he will have big eyes and beautiful features just like his sisters. How blessed this family is….even if they are a bit sleep deprived at the moment. For the most part we got a lot of this:
But thankfully we did get bits of this inbetween all of that.
Being close to his gorgeous mama makes him happy. Can you blame him?
Baby in daddy’s arms and hands are some of my very favorite images to capture. Look how comfortable little Tate is.
Sibling shots with a newborn are some of the most difficult images to capture so this shot here is the icing on the cake. It may be difficult to believe but not more than 10 minutes before this shot these girls were outside riding bikes and playing. They came in all sweaty and looking like they were having fun. Thanks to Aunt Carla who very quickly got them changed and cleaned up and helped settle them into this pose. It helps that these are girls are so sweet and cooperative. Oh goodness what a beautiful little family this is.
Posted on January 13, 2013
This is a combination maternity and family session and is actually the third time I have worked with them. The first was a maternity also. And the second was for the newborn of their youngest girl. I can’t tell you how happy I was when I got an email from mom that she was expecting again (a boy this time after three girls). They are all so beautiful and so easy to work with that I pretty much did a happy dance to hear the news. This is still a catch up blog post because I am still quite a bit behind. Enjoy the pics and stay tuned because I will be posting some pics from their newborn session very soon too.
Isn’t mom just the most gorgeous pregnant woman?
Posted on August 20, 2012
Oh to be 18 again. And beautiful. I love working with teens and graduating seniors. This pretty girl already graduated high school and is now taking college courses and has a busy schedule. I am so happy that she found some time to let me capture her beauty during this wonderful time of her life. This is just a quick peek into that session. There are a few more blog posts planned that will include more.
Posted on July 7, 2012
I have always held it against my parents that they never gave me a sister. To this day I am jealous of those that have sisters. I imagined that a sister would be someone that would be closer than a best friend. Someone to share dresses, nail polish and favorite shoes with. Someone that would keep my secrets safe. Having a sister would be like having a slumber party every night. Of course those of you that have sisters will probably tell me that it is nothing like that at all. That there are endless quarrels and jealousy and sharing favorite things was unheard of. Well, just let me have my fantasy, okay? Here are two girls who will surely live up to what my imagination always told me having a sister would be like. I love these two little girls. This is the fourth session that I have had with this family so they have a special place in my heart. This day was soooo very overcast which made shooting a tiny bit challenging. But in the end I think we pulled it off and had a really great time. Mom drove over an hour here and when they were ready to leave we cleaned the girls up and put them in their jammies sure that they would be fast asleep within minutes after getting buckled in. The next day mom told me that they never slept a wink until they got home in their beds. In fact, she said they talked to each other all the way home. See? I told you having a sister is a cool thing.
Big sister was turning six years old so I got six balloons for her. Well, wouldn’t you know it, one of the balloons completely deflated. So just pretend she has six balloons.
Little sister was turning two so she had two pretty pink balloons.
Is it a girl thing or what? The putting our hands on our hips. Totally girl.
Posted on May 3, 2012
This little princess was such a sweet little thing. With her adorable bit of red hair and mellow personality I could have cuddled her all day. Isn’t she just so sweet? And look at her beautiful brothers and sister! You can see how proud and thrilled they are to call this sweet girl their sister. Thank you mom and Aunt Bethany for getting the room very, VERY warm. It was the magic touch that helped Abbygail sleep sweetly.
Posted on August 17, 2011
Eleven days new. So fresh. So perfect. Tiny toes and fingers just as delicate as you can imagine. She is so sweet. I could have cradled her in my arms all day. Thank you Mom, Dad and Zach for letting me spend the day with you. For putting up with an uncomfortably hot house. For moving furniture. For the tall glasses of ice water. For the tiny diapers for my little girl to use on her baby dolls. For moving my van closer during the pouring rain. But most importantly, for letting me be a small part of your life during a most magical, special time. Here is a little peek of some of the images captured. I hope you enjoy them.
Posted on July 10, 2011
I cannot believe that six months has already passed since I did the newborn photos for this little Miss. Oh how they change in that short time. Now she is sitting and even loving to walk while holding onto mom and dads hands. Poor mom and dad are going to have an early walker on their hands I think. As usual, my summer outdoor sessions always seem to involve some crazy threat of a bad thunderstorm and this time was no exception. We had to take cover as the rain just poured down and the skies were dark. We waited it out though and managed to get some more shots in albeit on some very wet ground. Cayman took it all in stride. She is such a doll baby but no matter what we all did we could not get a big smile out of her. Such a serious little girl when the camera comes out. Still adorable and beautiful though. What a wonderful age six months is! Enjoy this sneak peek of our rainy day mom, dad, and grandparents. Thank you mom for being so well prepared and bringing so many props and darling outfits. And thanks Grandpa for being our chauffeur around the campus.
Posted on June 27, 2011
It is hard to believe that an entire year has gone by since I had the privilege of capturing Tommy’s seventh birthday photos. You can find the blog post of that session here. As I edited these pictures I was really struck with how much he has changed in the year. He is definitely looking more grown up now. He is clearly the joy of his parents’ life and I can completely understand why. For this session we met up at USC Spartanburg (Upstate) because this is where mom and dad went to school together. They like to choose locations for their photos that have meaning to them and are places that they have spent time at. I am hoping for next year when Tommy turns nine that Paris or St. Barts or New Zealand or London or the South of France happen to be on their list of places that mean something to them too. Ha ha. Wouldn’t that be fun to really, REALLY go on location for the photo shoot? Anyway, while I sit here dreaming of faraway exotic places I hope you all enjoy this little peek at our session that took place right here in the Upstate of South Carolina where it is now ridiculously hot and humid.
p.s. I really love this family. :-)