Monthly Archives: May 2010

strangers | huntsville children’s photographer

I am absolutely smitten with this little guy I’m about to show you. His sly smile and sparkly eyes had me at hello. I’m sure you can see why! At one point as we crossed the street I asked if I could hold his hand to keep him safe as we crossed. When he didn’t immediately answer I […]

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long time coming | huntsville children’s photographer

 It’s been six days since I met up with these seven lovely families for our minisessions. I know they’re anxious to at least get a taste of what their images look like so let’s get started! I wanted to get as many sessions in as possible to maximize the donation to the Leukemia and Lymphoma […]

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one year ago.

 Last year I met Ally. She was 7. A redhead. And a quiet, smiley breath of fresh air. Exactly one week after that photograph was taken she was diagnosed with Leukemia. *** Last week I met Ally again. She’s now 8. Still a redhead although these days it’s hard to tell. And still that quiet, smiley breath […]

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ghost of lives past.

I often refer to my career as a kindergarten teacher as my “previous life”. It feels so separate from what I do now largely because I no longer live in the two states where I taught – Ohio and Colorado. Add in a couple of kids of my own with now being a business owner […]

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together again | huntsville children’s photographer

Last year I photographed this family of three just days before little guy’s daddy was heading to Iraq. I loved what we captured but it was a bit bittersweet knowing they would be separated for 6 months. This year there was nothing bittersweet about our time together! With the Iraq tour behind them and a […]

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