In January I had the honor of photographing this Rett Angel’s 5th Birthday. Alyssa has Rett syndrome which is a genetic neurological disorder that occurs almost exclusively in females. Rett syndrome becomes apparent after 6-18 months of early normal development. It results in a regression that leads to lifelong impairments. It is often misdiagnosed as [...]
With their “kids” grown and spreading their wings all over the country, the P’s decided to take advantage of everyone being in one place all at the same time! Even though the weather was overcast a bit misty I was able to get some lasting memories for this Birmingham family.
This past December I was honored to do portraits for a Family on Mission. They hold a special place in my heart because their primary mission field is India. I’m thankful that my mother was one of the 3% raised Christian because of people like these: Follow them on their blog, On The Go With [...]
I so love these families. Jennifer and I have been friends for many years. Her oldest and Abby are the kind of BFF’s that can not speak for a couple weeks (since Abby is in public school and B is homeschooled) and pick right up where they left off. While some of Abby’s friendships seem [...]
This past fall, I had the honor and privilege of doing the school portraits for my Church’s Preschool Program. I enjoyed it so much that I’d love to do more of them for additional preschool programs. Here are a few examples from Fall 2012. (Click arrows to navigate through photos) If you’re a preschool director [...]
So apparently I’m 36 today which feels much like 35. I always thought I’d feel more mature then I do. I thought I’d know more stuff. I just still feel like a kid. Anyone? Today started out much like most days. I enjoy waking up at dark:30 so I can have some alone time. I [...]