Welcome to my blog!This is where I post my most recent work. Often, I'll post photos here that don't fit in other gallery categories, or just silly, fun photos I take in my free time.
- Family photos of Pepin, Wayne and Ronan
- Stacia and Jason’s lovely Decatur Courthouse wedding
- Amy and Kelly’s beautiful fall Trolley Barn wedding
- Pickwick family photos
- Dee and Aaron’s Day of the Dead mountaintop wedding
- Sankey family shoot in Freedom Park
- Elizabeth and Alan’s Big Canoe wedding
- Rachel and Jay’s wedding at the Emory Conference Center
- Shelly and Glen’s wedding at the Social Goat Bed and Breakfast
- Baby Donovan
Category Archives: Kids
My friends Laura Louise and Nick just had their first baby a few weeks ago, and I couldn’t wait to take some photos of precious little Leo. It was so good to spend some time with the tired and happy mom and dad. We put Leo on a vintage afghan that belonged to Laura Louise’s brother. Two of their pets, Francine and Flossie demanded that their photos be taken, too. It was a cute overload.
The Levine family booked my several months ago for their daughter Alex’s Bat Mitzvah. They threw a lunch celebration for Alex at Luciano’s in John’s Creek. The Levines could probably help other families with ideas for Bat Mitzvah parties, because they threw an amazing shindig! The kids had their own buffet, goody bags with puzzles, a sweet slide show of family pics and then games organized by some of the actors at Dad’s Garage. The photo booth was a big hit, and the Levines brought tons of silly hats and other props that the kids enjoyed. The afternoon wrapped up with an improv show by the talented crew at Dad’s Garage.
Margie is the owner and manager of a super cool business called Vegetable Husband. She gathers organic seasonal veggies from local farms and distributes them to weekly subscribers all over Atlanta. Robert and I have been fans of her business for over a year now. When she asked me to do photos of her family, I was thrilled! Margie had a great idea… she knew it would be next to impossible to photograph three humans and three dogs all looking at the camera, so she asked me to take shots of each of them, with the others out of focus in the background. She said it represented the chaos going on in their everyday lives. I loved the idea, and the shoot was so much fun!!!