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Archive for August, 2009

I was so excited last year to learn that some of my favorite clients would be adding a new member to the family! So congratulations, and welcome Baby J, otherwise known as “Little Dude”. When you see him wearing his hat, you’ll see the nickname really fits! He’s such a little dude!

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Seriously, I love this little girl’s style! How great is it that she came outside wearing this?!
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Now, Wendy and Warren were not prepared to be in front of the camera, but I made them. So, to make up for it, I’ll also share a picture of them looking fabulous from a session a couple of years ago…
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I am working on the images from Kelly and Bill’s beautiful wedding right now, but wanted to share a few images of Kelly from her bridal session. She is just the cutest bride! It always amazes me though, that somehow, my brides look gorgeous in their bridal sessions but even more amazing on their wedding day. Maybe it’s the glow of excitement and happiness that just radiates on the actual day!
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Images from the wedding coming soon!!

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This was officially the hottest wedding of the year! But, it was a beautiful backdrop right on Lake Johnson. And, Melissa and Kevin were so laid back and fun! Now, I had been warned that Kevin did not smile and was not photogenic, and it’s common, many men do freeze up in front of the camera. But my natural style, and quiet, relaxed approach, really lends to making them feel comfortable. And, I think we got some pretty good shots of Kevin! But first, a few of the gorgeous bride…

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Congratulations, Mel and Kevin! And thanks for having me as part of your day!

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How sweet is this little newborn smile?
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This little guy just has the best smile! And he wasn’t shy at all, he was very interested in everything I was doing! And also very interested in exploring anything water related!

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I know, it’s so hot outside, but it’s time to start thinking about holiday portrait sessions! September weekends are booked already! (With the exception of Sunday September 20th which is available in Indianapolis.) I do have some September weekday availability though in both Indy and North Carolina. I have a few weekend sessions still open in October and November in North Carolina only, but please contact me soon if you’d like one! They’ll go fast! Weekdays in October and November are still fairly flexible.

*Weddings* I am currently booking for 2010 and still have many dates open! And, I could possibly do another 2009 wedding or two. So if you’re planning a Fall/Winter 2009 wedding and still need a photographer, contact me! I may just be available, or have an Associate Photographer who is, and I will give you a great deal! You gotta love a discount for planning last minute!

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The third annual TriangleMommies Portrait Party is now booking! This is a great fundraiser! The date is September 27th and features 30 minute Mini Sessions for $50. Many other specials will be offered to participants as well. And best of all, the proceeds go to benefit TriangleMommies, a great organization that supports local moms! Details on how to book your session can be found on the TriangleMommies forum. If you’re not a member, you can join by visiting www.trianglemommies.com.

And, just to get you excited, here are some images from past years…
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And, if you have an organization you’d like me to support, please contact me! I have a background in working with nonprofits, and am a lifelong volunteer. I’m always eager to be involved in supporting my community, especially if it benefits kids, education or the arts!

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