My cousin traveled to Austin with her twins in tow, so we had an informal photo session on my grandmother’s back porch. These babies are so cute; okay, I might be a little biased, them being family and such.:)I hope you enjoy!

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The children enjoyed this sibling photo session, with some excellent posing techniques and delicious Amy’s ice cream to finish. Yum! A post way overdue from a shoot in 2014:)I pull the cancer card!

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I was fortunate to meet this lovely family that had gathered at a nearby resort for a family celebration, wanting some pictures with everyone together. The children were easy to follow around and filled with a some smiles, especially after allowing props like a stick or a rock. Kids don’t need toys; they just need nature and boxes. I almost asked if I could just sit in the lobby and play with the twins for awhile; they were so precious, but I figured I should let them get back to their family time. I love how photography brings people together. In an hour’s worth of time, I feel such a camaraderie with my clients that I could sit and talk with them all day.

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When in the presence of these two, you cannot help but feel immense joy. Martha and Norm are very dear to my heart and to have the opportunity to snap some engagement photos for them was such a blessing. Norm made the engagement ring, which is a great story and one that he shares better than I could. I couldn’t stop smiling as I edited their photos and trying to pick just a few to feature was also difficult because the story is in the all of the photos. I didn’t want to leave one out. However, for the sake of your time, I forced myself to focus on only a few.:)

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I’m so excited for Brian and Jessica’s engagement; we enjoyed taking pictures in the Taylor area. The lighting was perfect, and I gave them permission to be my clients again and again! They were naturals when it came to posing, needing very little direction from me.:)

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