This wonderful session was truly a blessing to me. These are my nieces and nephews, and I haven’t had an “official” session with them in a few years. They have grown so much, and I’m so proud of each one of them. Christian will be driving soon. Brendan is kicking his way to a black belt in karate, and Helen enjoys being the comedic genius of the bunch. I don’t know where she gets half of her comments, but they crack me up. I love these kids beyond measure!
Get excited! For the first time, I will be offering mini photography sessions on April 25. Morning and afternoon sessions are available, but they will fill up quickly. Use the calendar below to book your time slot.
*Exact location will be announced closer to our shoot date. It will be outside with natural light, weather permitting. If it rains, Sunday, April 26 will be our make-up day. Book now or contact me (see link at top of page) for more information!
There is a reservation fee which is nonrefundable but can be transferred/applied to another session if you need to make any changes for any reason. The balance will be due on April 25.
Today, we decided to add some citrus trees to my bf’s yard since citrus trees can thrive in the oven that is Texas for most of the year. We first hit The Natural Gardener for all of our gardening needs, a place I love with tons o plants, vegetables, seeds, fancy gardening hats, chickens, donkeys, and a labyrinth. Heading back and ready to dig, our excitement was quickly crushed when he found out that all of the limestone in Austin is hiding under this yard, which might be good for building a bomb shelter but not so much plant life. Anyway, we headed to Home Depot for more things we didn’t know we needed for hole digging, like a jackhammer. Ha! After about two hours of shoveling and jackhammering, one tree is planted in a limestone hole – which is like a potted plant in the ground. Makes sense. Three more trees to go. We’ll see if they survive.
I had the privilege of photographing two seniors recently for my friend Cynthia. Matt is graduating from college and Jonathan from high school. Great timing on the part of the parentsThese young men were naturals throughout the shoot, throwing some good poses at me to capture. (And yes, I’m old enough to use the phrase “these young men”.) The clouds provided a perfect filter for the day, and the bridges and trees in the area made for some wonderful natural backdrops.
I know both Matt and Jonathan are headed for great things; congratulations, seniors!