Saturday, January 30, 2010

3 Months, Chunky, Precious and Sweet! Baby James - Baby Photography

I just realized I've gotten a little behind on my regular blog so I'm going to be working to play catch up! Recently I had a session with a wonderful family and their adorable chunkster James. Not only were they super nice and welcoming, but little James was too cute for words! At first we weren't sure if we were going to get anything, he was a little unsure about the camera and set up, but after he got used to it, he kept us laughing with his funny faces and noises and was just overall one totally edible baby. I look forward to watching him grow up.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Dressage Horses- Equine Photography

All I can really say about this is that I love horses! Always have an always will. I am so excited after a decade of being away from them, that I will be getting back into photographing horses. I look forward to going to shows and visiting farms. I will post updates as I go along! These were photographed in Warner Robins at the Hillstrom Farm. Such a wonderful place, beautiful grounds and very nice welcoming people along with gorgeous loving horses!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

I'm in the paper!

Ed Grisamore, local columnist, had a great article in the local Macon Telegraph, about two adoptees- Michael Lange & AC with one of my photos!

Please read the article to know more about both of them. Some people may have seen my posts on my other blog about how I've done some work with a local Animal Control to make a calendar to help raise money for the shelter. AC is the mascot dog I worked with and this is what this is all about. How awesome they not only used one of the photos but also made a mention of me! Hopefully it will continue to help raise awareness about the shelter and help dogs and cats to continue to be adopted.

Previous blog post about AC & the calendar

Sunday, January 10, 2010

FunDay with Lori

Today I had nothing on the 'book' so I made plans to go spend a few hours with one of my BFFs. I sat up my whole 'shibang'  in her kitchen and we spent about 3 hours fiddlefinagaling around with me making her do all these poses and wearing masks and hair up, using a fan, masks off, hoods on outfits... you name it! I love doing this type thing. I think this type of shooting is rather 'fashion-like' although it tends to be a little dark, which is what I gravitate towards when not doing photos of babies or kids. Lori is such a great sport and loves being in front of the camera and has learned to take my directions - such as eye movements or head tilts. Sometimes she thinks I'm signaling her but I'm really just moving my own head!! And sometimes we get to laughing so much that we almost cry our makeup off!

In any case- here are some of my favs from the day.

Sunday, January 3, 2010


Yes it's actually 2010....just WHERE did 2009 go? It has literally flown by but it was an incredible flight! The new year has already started off with a bang and I had 2 wonderful special sessions today. The first was with a friend from work and her week old newborn. What a precious baby! I love meeting my friends babies when they are 'new' and very much enjoy watching them grow up. It touches my heart to be a part of it all. The second session was with a friend whose family I've known almost my whole life. When she found me and I saw her boys, I couldn't wait to offer to do a session for them!

Here are Garrett, Dylan & Tate: