Thursday, July 26, 2012

Baby Maclin has Arrived!

Monday, July 9th, my first little great nephew was born! Weighing in at 9lbs, 5oz, he was a big boy!

Sample Birth Announcement

I didn't get to do a newborn shoot with little Maclin; my vacation time to visit the new family in Des Moines, Iowa was just not long enough. But I got to spend a few days hanging out with new mommy Lacy and baby Maclin, as well as visit with my grandparents, other family members, and my best friend of all time.

Check out the Portraits section for a couple more shots of baby Maclin!

Also, Check out the Life page for a few other vacation photos!

Finally, check out the Etsy Shop, where you can find a listing for Custom Birth Announcements!

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

New Content Added!

Good Morning!

Some of the tabs above actually have content to them! Over the next few days/weeks I'll be adding a lot more, but until then, check out what is there and keep checking back!

Check out the About Me section for a little bit of info about moi!

The Weddings Section covers the Connell/ Keech wedding, and you can see a glimpse into my Jamaican vacation (which happened over my 26th Happy Birthday to me!)

On Location has a little taste of Tallahassee.

Also check out Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram!

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


THANK YOU so much for taking a second to check out my new blog. It’s still under heavy construction, but I hope to have some past photography projects (and the stories behind them) up for your viewing pleasure soon!

As many of you may know, I have been taking photos for as long as I can remember. It’s always been a favorite hobby of mine, and it’s my dream (or one of them) to be able to do it full time. I love spending time behind my camera (and if you know me well, I don’t really spend much time in front of it
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So please check back often, as new projects will be added as often as possible, and if nothing else, you’ll have some interesting reading/viewing, for a lazy rainy day, or to kill some time on your lunch hour.