Archive for 'Family'
The stars have a funny way of lining up at just the right time. I photographed these little guys when they were just 2 months and 6 months old. Now, almost three years later I had the opportunity to meet this family in the gorgeous town of Sedona, Arizona and document their life once more. Huge thanks to mom for pulling a few strings to make it all happen and for choosing such a beautiful location.
To say we were short on time and battled mosquitos the entire session would be an understatement.
But we managed to make it out alive with some fun family images.
Graci’s mom and I were inseparable as teenagers. And now we have little ones of our own. Pure craziness!
This session was schemed up months ago, when the hope for snow was high. And just when we thought winter would never arrive, it did. One snowy afternoon, I met up with this family and here is glimpse of what was captured.
The close of a calendar year is always bittersweet for me. This year is no different. Looking back I’ve enjoyed documenting the growth of families, the accomplishment of a young lady, and the celebration of love – both young and old. I’ve met some amazing people, many of which I look forward to seeing again over the years. Thank you to all my clients for making this year special and inviting me out to document your life.
Now let’s chat about 2012. Not toooooooo many changes with the business side of my life, but personally there are some BIG changes. For starters, this April we are expecting a new addition to our family! I’m pretty sure my daughter hasn’t fully grasped what this means quite yet, but she’s pretty excited to be a big sister. So of course this means I will be on maternity leave for most of April and all of May. If you’re planning to book a session please contact me before April. After that, openings will be very limited. I will also book a few weddings this summer, but not nearly as many as this last year. In fact, July is already booked, with only a couple of openings in June and August. Then…in September my little family of four, will be making a temporary move all the way across the country to Augusta, Georgia so my husband can finish some school. Considering I’ve lived in Nevada my entire life, I’m both excited and completely terrified about this move. In the very slim chance someone from Georgia is reading this or knows someone out there, don’t be afraid to shoot me a message. I won’t know a single soul. Eeek!
This will be my last post of the year, so I’m leaving you with my top most cherished images from this last year. Thank you all for your support. I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and I wish you a happy new year!