Spending the Day with Jaxon

It seems like it wasn’t that long ago that Jaxon and I collaborated on photos when he was just one year old. I chased him around the University of Louisville campus before he slowed down enough to do some of that fun smash cake stuff that we all love. So a couple of weeks ago, we met Jaxon and his mother Whitney at Farnsley-Moreman Landing for another photo session – including more chasing. Continue reading “Spending the Day with Jaxon”

Tonika Turns Four

I always enjoy a photo shoot with kids involved. It gives me a chance to turn on the Uncle Tim persona and attempt to get some real, genuine laughter and expression for the kids involved. Of course, they have the “cheese” face, which is what all of us have been told to mimic for as long as I can remember, whether being in front of or behind the lens. But when a kid shows real fun, those are the best. Tonika gave that to me in bunches. Continue reading “Tonika Turns Four”

Brittany and Rob: It’s About Time

It’s been talked about since the time Brittany and Rob got serious about each other: when will they tie the knot. Brittany is one of Misty’s favorite cousins so she was in on all the talk and when Rob finally asked, via a method I’ll share later when I showcase the actual wedding photos, Brittany asked if we would do the nuptial photos. We answered in the affirmative and we were also lucky enough to add the engagement photos, too. Some of which I’m sharing here. Continue reading “Brittany and Rob: It’s About Time”

A Little More Corey

Some weeks ago, I showed off a few photos of Corey during his time at the motocross park that became part of his senior portrait shoot. Then, over this past weekend, we shot the bulk of his portrait session at Waverly Park in Pleasure Ridge Park. Continue reading “A Little More Corey”

Emma took us to the park

Emma in the Park by Tim Girton

To enjoy the 70 degree weather on Sunday, we asked little Emma to serve as our model at a small park in Fairdale. Now that she’s mimicking Uncle Tim’s “fish face,” not pictured here, but I tried, we felt pretty confident that she would continue to rock it as a great photo subject. I love it when I’m right. Continue reading “Emma took us to the park”

A bridge keeps Louisville weird

First Look at the Big Four Bridge by Tim Girton

The Keep Louisville Weird movement, admittedly, is based on the Keep Austin (Texas) Weird phenomenon. However, it’s something the town has taken to heart. Continue reading “A bridge keeps Louisville weird”

The Parklands of Floyds Fork

Last Friday night, the Voice-Tribune sent me to cover a program on 21st Century Parks and the Parklands of Floyds Fork at the house of Kevin Grangier, owner of the Village Anchor in Anchorage. To say Continue reading “The Parklands of Floyds Fork”