Monthly Archives: February 2012

Crazy, Lazy Days | Houston Portrait Photographer for Babies, Kids, & Families

I’m posting a tiny collage, brought to you by “Instagram”. Seriously, I really enjoy this app on my iPhone. It’s neat that the phone camera can help capture a lot of small daily moments that I might have missed otherwise. It obviously doesn’t come close to duplicating a professional camera, but you know what I mean, I’m sure…
…Do you have a favorite “smarty” phone app? Or a favorite bread recipe for that matter? I would love to hear!

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Ball-Theme Birthday Invites | Houston Portrait Photographer for Babies, Kids, & Families

My older sister thought it would be fun to plan a ball theme party for his First Birthday. She was inspired by this lady’s party and I offered to help make the invitations, based off of the invitation from that party.
We had to take the photos promptly in order to get the invites out in time. The setting isn’t totally ideal for it, but I brought Baby O over (to my sister’s house) and set to work, getting the scene ready for the Birthday Boy…

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Giveaway Day | Houston Portrait & Wedding Photographer

Whew, what a weekend! We just returned from Austin where I photographed the wedding of a dear Family Friend at a really cool, vintage spot. My whole family was invited to attend, so we drove up together and shared a condo on Lake Travis. We made it into a long weekend. Sunday we woke up and, woo-hoo! What do you know, it was my Birthday!…It kind of crept up on me! We went to an awesome breakfast spot touting organic coffees and sublime omelets made with eggs from free-range, blissfully happy chickens, and cheese from extremely wise and peaceful milk cows. Something like that…Needless to say, it did not disappoint. We also checked out a Farmer’s Market on our way out of town. Let me say that Austin is high, high on my list of places I’d love to live. The people, the environment, the scenery, the vibe…I just love it. Note to self: Go more often.

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