Abby Weeks - Haiti Missions
I met Abby when I shot her senior pictures earlier this year. I was so captivated by her previous mission work in Haiti and pretty much immediately asked her if she would be willing to document her upcoming fourth trip to feature on the blog. I'm completely honored that she agreed! Below is her own incredibly inspiring story, in her own words. Thanks again, Abby! I have been traveling to Haiti for four years now. It was something I decided to do for the first time on a whim,
Grow old with me, the best is yet to be
If you search #houstonphotographer on Instagram at this very moment, there are 334,482 current posts. That's exactly what Priscilla did when she began her pursuit for a photographer to document a session celebrating her and Eric's first anniversary. Of all the photos uploaded at the time, something about an image that I had posted made her click on it. And from there, she liked it enough to reach out to me and schedule a session to be shot in a very specific location even tho
Does anyone else relieve stress by cleaning and organizing? My in-home studio has become a bit of a sanctuary for me lately. It may be the comfy chairs, the Keurig that's always stocked and ready to go, the energizing window light, the sweet baby dress-up clothes or the whole combination of those elements...but it's my happy place. On the morning of a studio session, I get up early, brew a big cup of coffee, put on some tunes (Miranda Lambert's Weight of these Wings has been
Allison - Noble, kind.
This is my favorite point in the session process…the blog. All of the images are edited, the gallery is uploading in the back ground, and I get to present my favorite photos and chat about our whole experience (while snuggling on the couch with a cup of coffee during nap time). To me, it’s like the proverbial “cherry on top.” Sometimes, because of time constraints, I don’t get to blog with every session, which is just a shame because sharing my experience of getting to know t