Terri and Joe are expecting their second son arriving already next week (unless he decides to debut on his own earlier)! He joins their little boy, Asher, 2. Terri has these big blue sparkling eyes as you can see in the photos and is so full of personality. She was a pageant girl growing up so being shy showing that beautiful, bare belly in the streets of downtown Phoenix doesn’t scare her one bit!
I hope the delivery will be smooth and quick next week and I wish them the best of luck and lots of prayers. Can’t wait to meet their new little one soon!
Photographing newborns always presents it’s own challenges in many ways. One terrific aspect of newborns is that they sleep an awful lot and allow you to pose them any way you need without putting up too much of a fight. … Continue reading →
I just returned from a recent trip back home to New Jersey and had a wonderful opportunity to photograph newborn triplets for a childhood friend of mine. Some of you might have already read previously that she has twin girls, … Continue reading →
Everything must start somewhere! I’ve been putting off starting a blog for months. It’s not like I have all the time in the world to tend to it. Blogs take a lot of work! There’s the updating, the posting, the grooming, the cuddling…. I have 4 kids and a husband I need to share my time with too, you selfish blog. But, nonetheless it was time to give in and start following the mainstream and get this thing going. Of course I will try to post my bestest photos from time-to-time and make a comment here and there. I’m trying to get my name out there and join in the ranks of hundreds of photographers (that’s just in our valley). There are so many very talented artists in the world, and although I don’t claim myself to be one of them, I strive to someday be. My objective is to make a living doing what I love. And as cliche as it sounds, it really is my dream. I just want to create stunning images that people will love. I’m not into whatever is trendy, or dying my hair purple to prove I’m an artist (I did that in high school). I want someone, anyone, to look at just one photo and say “wow…that’s awesome”. If I gain recognition and respect, and maybe even some fat cabbage…then my objective has been met!