One of the big reasons the family wanted to settle in Old Louisville was the fact that there are cool things to do. Friday night some of the merchants on 4th Street got together for a Dia de Los Muertos celebration. Continue reading “Dia de los Muertos on 4th Street”
It’s been a little while since we worked with Lauren and Randall’s twin boys Easton and Lucas and we both said, “wow.” The boys are growing like the proverbial wildflowers and they act like boys. That is what I wanted to capture yesterday in Old Louisville. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Growing Boys”
I’m a bad, bad blogger. Normally, I like to post photos from a shoot soon after and, sometimes during. But I have to admit to being remiss here. We were lucky enough to do a few more shot of senior Braydon and he rocked it out
…And then it was gone. Continue reading “MOBILE: Snow No More”
I have to admit that I’m a sucker for watching families interact with each other. And I’ve been watching Jenna’s family enjoy each others company for years.
It’s always a good day when I make photos of Jenna’s family because I adore her daughters. And because we usually get to do photos of her sister Kiri and Kiri’s son Xavier.
I am constantly amazed by moms with multiple young kids. Take Jenna, for example. Here she is with 4 young girls. Then throw in one more for good measure from her guy. Oh, and them get then dressed and looking pretty for family photos.
No irony. No shock value. Tanya and Jennifer are getting married so yes, they kissed and girl and they liked it. Remember when, in the past, this would have been considered shocking and scandalous and my website would have been put on a nationwide banned list. Thank goodness the world got smart and decided, “well why not.” Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: I Kissed a Girl”
When I shoot engagement sessions, I personally like to be able to feel the affection between the couple. I have no empirical evidence of what I’m about to say, but I think it’s really there. When the two people in front of the camera love each other, and genuinely feel it, it makes the photos better. Continue reading “SKETCHBOOK: Crazy Little Thing Called Love”