Catching up! {Louisville Family Photographer}

Sunday, August 29, 2010



Okay, so I'm behind on blogging - you can expect that a lot from me for the remainder of the year. I'm entering busy season...fall! Between photo shoots and getting those images ready for Christmas and Christmas cards, there is also the excitement for LSU FOOTBALL!!! I can hardly wait!! Yes, we will be probably be an awful team this year, I'm afraid, but it's still exciting, nonetheless! So, enjoy these photos from past clients, and GEAUX TIGERS!!!

**Is it ironic that I am posting photos of Wildcat fans while getting excited for LSU football?! Eh, it's okay, we don't play against UK this year! :)

Meet Baby Lucas...almost 4 months old here! Then, below, we meet the Richards family! All so very precious, and thank you, Lord, that we managed to dodge the rain - barely!























The Pearcy Kids {Frankin, NC Child Photographer}

Sunday, August 22, 2010



I had the unique and honorable privilege of photographing the children of a fellow photographer. Mom, Dawn Pearcy, came to me at my parents' vacation home in Franklin, NC all the way from Atlanta! It was such a joy to meet Dawn, someone I've spoken to several times over the past few years. But to be able to photograph her 2 precious girls was the highlight of the visit! I love that these photos show the Smokey Mountains in the background!! I wish we could have explored more of our beautiful background, but the girls, much like myself, didn't take to the outdoors. The 'squitos were quite awful, but they hung in there like troopers!

Thank you, Anna Belle and Sarah Beth, for a wonderful, picturesque session in the mountains!! I hope you enjoy your sneak peek, and I hope to be able to photograph you girls again some day!












The Gaspards {Baton Rouge Child and Family Photographer}

Sunday, August 01, 2010



Meet the Gaspards! I've known this precious family since they were a new family of 4! I would babysit little Ainsley and Jack once a week while Mom and Dad had a date night. I remember it like it was yesterday - except it wasn't yesterday and little Ainsley isn't so little anymore. Oh, and they're now a family of 7!