• 2007 From Flickr’s Point of View

    I use Flickr for photo storage and sharing, and am active in several groups and communities over there. As I’ve done in years past, I went through my top 100 photos (a set that is automatically generated) and made a set of the top 40 photos from 2007; this mosiac represents the top 25, in

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  • Gannon, 8 Days Old

    Back on October 22nd, I flew to New York for my first “Destination Newborn” session to photograph Gannon. He was born a week earlier on October 15th. He was so wee and tiny at 7lbs, 3 ounces. So precious! Yes, I flew to New York for a newborn session. Gannon’s father, Chris, has been friends

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  • Rebekah

    I had a great time spending the morning with Rebekah and her parents at their house on October 12th. She had just finished eating when I arrived, and fell asleep shortly afterwards — resulting in lots of sleeping angel photos! She is just so beautiful, and such a sweet little girl! I have known Rebekah’s

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  • Tri-Coast and Travel

    This past weekend, I attended a workshop with the amazing talent behind Tri-Coast Photography and learned things about my own equipment that I didn’t even think was possible. Getting together with other photographers is always such and AMAZING experience, especially nice when it is a number of photographers that live right in the greater Houston

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  • Blast from the Past!

    I was looking for something handy on the hard drive to test out my new logo watermark on, and I discovered this gem that I didn’t post earlier this year! This is Cooper, a newborn that I photographed this past spring over in Austin, Texas. His grandmother, Julia and I have been friends for years,

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  • Ella, The Birthday Girl!

    Earlier this week, I was invited by the fabulous Katie and Adam to come over and spend time hanging out with them for Ella’s first birthday. Just look at that cutie! How could I resist? I’ve actually wanted to get Ella in front of my lens since this past spring when I first met her

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