Musings and whims of the PhotoGirl.

Family portraits with furry friends - National Dog Day

August 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
National Dog Day-- Did you know August 26 is National Dog Day? In my opinion, there's not much of a better reason to celebrate than for our furry friends. How will you celebrate? You could buy your dog a new indestructible squeaky toy...although we know they'll all be destroyed anyway. You could spend a day at one of Houston's great dog parks pla...
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High school sweethearts wed - Wedding at Bethel Church in Houston

August 08, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Wedding at Bethel Church in Houston-- As your read this blog and browse through these photographs, you might recognize Kailey from the previous blog featuring her bridal portraits. Now, meet Kailey and Leo! Kailey and Leo and I go back quite a while..much further than a bridal session in June or them contacting me earlier to hire me to shoot thei...
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A beautiful bride - Bridal portraits at Mercer Botanical Gardens

July 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Bridal portraits at Mercer Botanical Gardens-- As I write this blog, I'm about 24 hours out from photographing Kailey and Leo's wedding. And by the time you read this, Kailey will have traded in the title of fiancé for wife. (Congrats Kailey and Leo!!) I've been holding on to these photos for a few weeks now, and I'm so glad I can finally share t...
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Country roads, take me home - Engagement portraits in Chambers County

April 12, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Engagement portraits in Chambers County-- Leaving the Houston area and crossing the Old and Lost River Bridge, not long after entering Chambers County, is a always a breath of fresh air. You exit the interstate to head to the part of Chambers County I call home and life seems to slow down a bit. As you wind your way south on the farm roads, the fi...
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Keep your face to the sunshine - Anahuac senior portraits

April 11, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Anahuac senior portraits-- "Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see the shadows. It's what sunflowers do!" Early last fall, when Madelyne and I began planning her senior portraits, she had two main requests for her portraits: an old truck and sunflowers. I do my best to make each custom portrait session the best that it can be, but somet...
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