... because Life goes by in a blink.
In every session presentation I prepare for a client, I pick about 6 to 10 of my favorite images from the session andView full post »
I have been so elated to meet all these beautiful new babies lately. I am reminded of the miracle of life with eachView full post »
I just got in from a fantastic session. This spectacular weather we’ve been having in Atlanta has sparked aView full post »
Meet J. It has been two years since I got to photograph his big sister just after birth. I was pregnant with myView full post »
Miss O was my last newborn portrait session of 2008. Isn’t she incredible? She has such gentle, alert eyes andView full post »
Welcome to the world, Miss S!
This beautiful newborn baby girl joins a family with whom I’ve been working for aView full post »
I think this might possibly be the sweetest family in Atlanta. And I’d even say that without the cookies! TrulyView full post »
That is the question in my head right now. Answer: Yes, I will. I think I can. I think I can. It’s November, soView full post »
Some sessions just flow so smoothly. I’ve seen time and again that when Mom and Dad are relaxed and enjoying theView full post »
The good news is that I’m on schedule for session presentations! But as you have no doubt guessed, I am behindView full post »
I know the mom of this beautiful princess has been waiting very anxiously for her sneak peek! I first met Miss A lastView full post »
to see one of our “buddies” on the screen as I edit! She’s jumping up and down, saying “ThatView full post »
There is a trend amongst my clients this year … brown. I’ve had several families this season choose brownView full post »
I know this mom has been waiting so anxiously, so I will keep her waiting no longer!
Meet Mr. D. How cute is thisView full post »
I always wanted a sister … someone to share childhood with. To remember giggles and playing dolls and whisperingView full post »
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