Monthly Archives: June 2009

Kathleen

 Every girl…everybody deserves a good photograph of themselves. A picture they’re proud to hang on the wall. A picture they want to send to all their friends. A picture that says, “yeah, that’s me! Aren’t I good lookin’?” I was thrilled when I showed up to this shoot and Kathleen told me that in addition...

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Bad Day

“When I’m having a really bad day, she said, I pretend I’m dead & you’d be amazed how much that perks you right up.” -Story People

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TGIF | Let’s Watch a Funky Parade

Whew! We made it. Is anyone else excited as me that it’s finally Friday!? This was a rough week for me. I haven’t been sleeping well, the work is piling up and I nearly had a meltdown over laundry. All I want to do right now is sink into a giant tub of hot water,...

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Jeanine’s Family Portraits

You may remember several months ago when I blogged about this hot mama and her little Liam who was still cookin’. Now he’s out and about and growing faster than weeds. It’s so fun to see how much he changes from week to week. Jeanine’s mom was in town so she rounded up her family for...

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Cora & Matt | Expecting

Cora’s big due date is just one week away! Is it a boy? Is it a girl? We won’t know until the birth day as these new parents are waiting to be surprised! Personally, I love it when couples wait to find out the sex. There’s something exciting about doing it the old fashioned way...

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Happy Father’s Day | Sneak Peek

  Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there! Here’s a sneak peek of a family session I did last week. I have some great stuff to share next week including pictures from the annual Summer Solstice Parade in Fremont. It’s a pretty crazy event that always gets kicked off with hundreds of naked...

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Our Garden | His Words. My Pictures.

A crow, kinda squat and fat with uneven feathers has taken roost on my hammock. This puts him about five feet (as the crow flies) from my compost pile. He thinks it’s his compost pile and guards it from the squirrel, the occasional opossum, and of course the other crows he accidentally calls when he complains about...

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