Monthly Archives: April 2010

personality PLUS | huntsville family photographer

I had to add the “plus” in there (get it, add the plus…hee hee) because to say this little family has personality simply wouldn’t cut it.They are full of personality. I’ve known their mama since high school although it’s been over 10 years since we’ve seen one another. What a treat to get to see here […]

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if you have baby fever…this will only make it worse | huntsville newborn photographer

Last week I was out in Oregon mentoring the fabulous Karen Russell when I got a call from a proud, proud grandfather asking if I would be available to photograph his newest grandchild. I  always make room in my schedule for newborns (they’re only little once, right?) so the answer was a resounding: YES. It took a bit […]

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Mama (with a camera) Monday: Part III | huntsville children’s photographer

It’s still Monday, right? Awesome. For a minute there I thought I’d missed my deadline and let you all down. I certainly wouldn’t want to do that! And I definitely wouldn’t ever want to do anything like waiting an entire week between blog posts. But as I was saying, today is Monday and I’d never […]

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Mama (with a camera) Monday: Part II | huntsville children’s photographer

Hello again to all you camera-loving mamas (and daddies)! If you’re just joining us, you’ve stumbled upon the second installment in my ongoing series aimed at helping my clients and readers take better photographs of their own children. You can find the first installment here. If you’re already familiar with lesson one I ask that […]

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in which I will share a bushel of photos and use entirely too many puns | huntsville children’s photographer

Have you ever thought to yourself, “wow, wouldn’t it be great to have a professional photographer in the family”? Well don’t. Seriously. Save yourself the waste of a thought process. At least when it comes to this professional photographer. Yes I try to share my work with my friends and family as often as I […]

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