This was my second session with this sweet family. We met in Gruene on a sunny Saturday morning to capture a few family images and some of the adorable Mr. Maker. He was much more mobile this time around so we just let him roam and play. Not only were we lucky to coax a handful of genuine smiles from him, but we also found some silly faces along the way. This age range is such a joy to photograph!
How sweet is this family! Here is a sampling from a fall mini session with the Heubaums. The kids did wonderful and I can’t believe how smiley Mr. Owen was. They definitely made it way too easy for me. I love what I do 🙂
I had the pleasure of photographing the Olowo family to celebrate the twins, Valeri and Valentina, reaching three months. We met at Synergy Park in Kilgore, Texas and had some amazing light to capture the sparkle the their beautiful little eyes. It was so hard to pick the best images out of this gallery! As you can imagine, with three little girls, we had a lot of movement and action shots. But, we came away with some precious smiles and memories to last a lifetime. Big sister, Victoria, did great as well! Scroll down to see a sampling from our session.
Warning: these photos are dripping with cuteness and sunshine! It was pretty hard to pick out just a few favorites from the Latham’s family session. We had such a great time walking around being silly while the kids played — and it resulted in some precious little moments. Take a look by scrolling down to see a sample of what we captured.
On a sunny August evening, I met the Wright family to capture a few images of the kids together and some of Miss Presley to commemorate her approaching first birthday. As always, the kids did wonderful. It was nice to see the big brothers loving on baby sister and interacting with one another. And, how adorable…
What’s more adorable than a cake smash session? Well, how about a cake smash times two! I’m so glad I got to work with Miss Sydney and Madysen again to celebrate their first birthday. The bright colors of their tutus were a great contrast to the glowing light and green grass. It was fun to see them interact with each other, taste the cakes and get REALLY messy. We captured some cheeseball moments, sweet smiles and their developing personalities. One thing I always forget to tell parents is to bring a backup outfit for them just in case. Sometimes the parents can get more messy in the aftermath than the kids themselves!
This is the third year I was able to photography the Voss family. First, it was for Easton’s cake smash and now it was to celebrate him turning three and his new baby brother that will be making his arrival in October. I know some people say age three is hard, but I love to photograph it! You get to capture their spirit and pure joy—usually including a lot of movement and smiles. Right before the sun started going down, we also had a quick wardrobe change so we could also get a few individual shots of Laura and some more of the family. I’m so glad we did these second because she was glowing!
In this sunny ‘All About Me’ session to celebrate Hollstin’s third birthday, we sweated our booties off but we captured some amazing shots that highlighted his interests and personality. Who needs props when you can bring out their favorite toys?! It makes the session so much more personal and gives you a great way to look back and remember their favorite things as they get older. We had a great time just letting him play — and really, who doesn’t love Tonka trucks and dinosaurs!
I have done a lot of individual portrait sessions around important life events like graduating and having a new baby; however, this was my first time to photograph anyone in uniform.
It has been a little more than a year since I was able to capture big sister Sloane’s cake smash out by her grandparent’s river house in New Braunfels. Now, it was baby sister, Baylor’s turn. (How can she already be one?!? I feel like I just took her newborn photos!!)
This is my niece, Hillary. At age 9, she is tall and beautiful just like her momma. She also has naturally curly hair—very, very curly hair. After a few days of swimming and playing outside, it became very tangled. So, during a visit to our house, my husband (the big softy that he is) decided to take the girls to the salon to get their hair done while I was away at a conference. After a couple of hours of brushing, conditioning and blow drying it was finally done and completely straight for the first time.
This summer, Sarah graduated from the University of the Incarnate Word with her Bachelor of Science degree in Vision Science. She was also a member of the Pre-Optometry Professional Society on campus. Beautiful both inside and out, it was extremely hard to pick our favorites from the images we captured that evening. For a sampling of the photos, scroll down through the post below. Congrats again to Sarah!