Yearly Archives: 2014
“Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson I always have so much fun putting together a collection of my favorite photos from the year gone by, and
Abby is set to graduate from Marcus High School in 2015. Enjoy this quick look at her senior portrait session from early Fall!
I’m not sure how Quentin and Leslie found this old tin barn, but I’m glad they did. It was a wonderful location for an engagement session, and I had a blast photographing these two. I
Two adorable little boys. One sweet mom. Golden leaves and overcast skies. The ingredients for a wonderful Fall family portrait session.
Carla and I are so excited to finally unveil our new logo and website! While most of the work to bring this site to life has happened over the past two months, planning has been in the works for a
From the first time I met with Robert and Kelli, I couldn’t wait to start creating portraits with them. I’m really pleased with how their images turned out. Congratulations on your
As I took these images, and later prepared them for viewing, I wondered what I could write here in this blog post that could describe how beautiful this experience was. Words have truly failed me.
Photographed at Delaney Vineyards, Grapevine, TX in September 2014.
I’ve had the privilege of photographing the Kiley’s many times over the last 5 years. I was so excited when they wanted new portraits for 2014! Enjoy this preview from our session this
Haley and I chatted for months about her wedding and her ideas for pictures. She and I dreamed of a sunny afternoon and a beautiful west Texas sunset as a backdrop for warm, golden images. As it
I enjoyed this very special session with Kara and her dog, Cruz, so much. There’s such a bond between them, and though Cruz is very ill, I felt like he was constantly watching over Kara. I hope
We had an absolute blast shooting Phillip’s senior portraits in and around old Downtown McKinney. Guys are sometimes reluctant to spend much time and energy on these sessions, but Phillip was