Monthly Archives: November 2009

chapman at home

I photographed THE CUTEST little boy and his sweet family this weekend. It was a little colder than expected, so at the last minute we moved the session indoors. Although outdoor natural-light photography is my favorite way to shoot, I ended up really liking the backdrop of Chapman’s nursery and his parents room. Chapman has […]

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whatever it is

The first official business of wedding planning began back in July when Jill, Robin and I went on a location scout. We drove from Leeds to Harpersville to Homewood and back looking at various rehearsal dinner, reception and lodging venues. We spent the day helping Jill envision exactly what she wanted for her and Nathan’s […]

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happy thanksgiving

I have a confession. I don’t like traditional Thanksgiving food. It wouldn’t hurt my feelings if I never had to see sweet potato casserole, glazed carrots, green beans, mash potatoes with gravy or cranberry sauce. Turkey, yes. Stuffing, no. Not even pie. I’ve lived my almost-28 years on this earth as a very picky eater, and as […]

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technical difficulty

I had a wonderful blog post all ready to post for you today. There was one piece of the puzzle that I had to upload to the Web and convert to a usable format. Suddenly, I was having extreme technical difficulty. I have now been waiting for more than 20 hours for the stupid little […]

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susie & chris | engaged

Chris and Allen have been friends since their days at Auburn. They were out together the night that we met, so we all go way back. Susie is the perfect complement to Chris and has seamlessly slipped into our group of friends. I was super excited when Susie and Chris asked me to take their engagement photos. Susie is gorgeous, […]

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