Two thousand seventeen’s first senior session is officially in the books. I had a blast shooting Miss Reagan. She’ll be starting school at Texas Tech in the fall and living in the same dorm that I did when I was a freshman! Both of her parents graduated from Tech, so she’s continuing her family's tradition. We chatted all about her plans to rush, where to get the best grub on campus, and how to survive the West Texas wind storms. We had tons of clouds, wind and cold temperatu
I’m writing this with very strong questions as to if I’ll actually ever post it. Because if I do, I want it to be real and honest, and for both of things to happen, I have to be really, really vulnerable. And I'm going to display some very early work, that just might have people running very far away. Try to stick with me for just a little bit... I’m sure a lot of people saw my page pop up and thought "Oh great, another chick with a camera, who thinks she can be a photographe
Over the weekend, I got to photograph the Galneau family who will be adding a little boy to their clan in February, completing their family of five. As a mama of two, who feels like there are zero spare moments in a day, I have crazy respect for Heather being a full time teacher and mommy to two little girls, all while experiencing a not so easy-peasy third pregnancy. I'm a self proclaimed lover of pretty things, but 90% of motherhood is just plain messy. Blowouts, spit up so
Today's post is going to be all about one of my very favorite humans...my sweet baby Laynie. this little bit turns eight whole months old today. My little Laynie pop is very much the stereotypical second child. Her older sister is always in control of our schedule and activities for the day, so Laynie doesn't usually have any other choice than to just go with the flow. And she is a champ at it. She is so sweet, but CRAZY curious. She wants to be into everything all the time.