Autumn Family Portraits.

I photographed this family last year and they are starting to become regular clients. To give something different from what we did last year we opted to try a different park - Wine Cellar Park that I went to on another recent family shoot.
Honestly it might be my new favorite park! And to think it's been in my back pocket all along.I love the variety in there.

Here's some of my favorites from the day's shoot:

Girls weekend in NOLA

A good friend and I went to New Orleans over Memorial Weekend. It's not NYC (but then again not very many places are), but we still have a good time. In the midst of downpours, blistered feet, and hot humid days, we still soaked up the local culture and historical sites and knocked another thing off the bucket lists.

Here's a few of my favorite photos from the weekend:
First the French Quarter, I loved all balconies!!!

This is supposedly Brangelina's house. And one of the French Quarter buildings that struck my fancy.

I could literally spend weeks just walking around the French Quarter by day to look at all the pretty buildings and their balconies. Just absolutely stunning.

The street signs were so fascinating and unusual, I snapped pictures of several during our weekend.

I loved the contrast of the old French Quarter in the foreground, against the stark silhouette of the Central Business District in the background. A lone trolley on Canal St.

These street signs fascinated me, reminded me very much of Old San Juan in Puerto Rico. And then the fountain at Jackson Square.

St. Louis cathedral at sunset, it was GORGEOUS!  More brick and iron buildings. And walking back to Jackson Square from the French Market I passed this alley - it just screamed "take a picture of me!"; I love the contrast, colors and esp the reflection in the dark alley!

Next the beautiful Garden District:

If anyone has watched the Curious Case of Benjamin Button, you know the white house. The turquoise one is the famous Commander's Palace - no I did not eat there, it's a little out of my budget. ;)

LaFayette Cemetery, it was hauntingly beautiful to walk around in. And the Anne Rice House.

One of the old graves in Lafayette Cemetery. And the Anne Rice house.

And then what I can only describe as, "only in NOLA" pictures:

Everyone needs to experience a little voodoo while in town. And yes those are Mardi Gras beads up in the trees at Jackson Square.

A trolley ride is a must through the Garden District! And this other photo was a check mark off my bucket list - to ride down the Mississippi River on a sternwheeler.

Found multiple horse head poles throughout both the Garden district and French Quarter, our tour guide informed us they were left from the days of horseriding into town, this is where they tied up the horses when they went inside the buildings. A tricked out Mardi Gras car in the French Quarter. And no trip to NOLA is complete without a little Satsmo (a statue by our hotel).


There is nothing better than vibrant colors in portraits, and autumn is the perfect season for these portraits. I love the splash of color it gives your final portraits, not to mention we have more options for backgrounds being outdoors; a simple turn in the same spot will give you a different look for your portrait.

Therefore I am once again offering fall portraits this season with NO SESSION FEES. This includes seniors, children/family, engagements. As long as we take the portraits outside on location I won'will not charge you for the session itself.

My printed portrait packages are affordable and my CDs include ALL edited photographs with a print release! Forget studios that only give you your favorite 5-10 portraits on a CD. You love them all so why would you not get them all?

Call or email me today to set up a date!

Back on the Farm for Senior Portraits

I have been terrible at updating the blog and website recently, but rest assured I am still taking wonderful portraits for clients. Call and make an appointment today!

I had the pleasure to photograph this Senior late in the summer. She wanted her portraits done on the family farm in a variety of settings and outfits. I think we got some knockout portraits done that day.
Here's a few of my favorites;