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.
- Skylar and Nicolette’s beautiful New Years wedding
- Becca and Tommy’s Historic Lawrenceville Courthouse wedding
- Amanda and Chris in Piedmont Park
- Bobbin and Ryan’s Rockin’ Highland Ballroom wedding
- Fall photos of baby Ronan
- Web site photos for Historic Roswell Chiropractic
- Elgison family photos
- Joan and Mirza’s engagement session
- Pictures of baby Blake
- Amy and Tim’s awesome, beautiful and slightly silly wedding
Tag Archives: family photos
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!!!
The Levines hired me to photograph their daughter’s Bat Mitzvah in February, and they wanted some cool family photos before the big event. They chose Jones Bridge Park in Norcross and the weather was perfect. We had some beautiful soft light, and this family was a treat to photograph. Luckily, no one fell into the water during the shoot.
Shavon, Kirk and their adorable daughter are members of Rob and I’s church, Kirkwood UCC. As we were leaving last Sunday, they noticed I had my camera bag with me. They needed a quick portrait and I had about 5 minutes to spare before needing to hit the road for my day job. I asked them to sit down in the grass behind our church building, and snapped a few frames. This was my favorite, and was the first shot I took! I think toddlers only have about 60 seconds of patience for posed photos, so maybe I should start offering more mini portrait sessions for families with kiddos.