Musings and whims of the PhotoGirl.

Fall leaves and (somewhat) cool days - Family portraits with a little leaf-pile-fun

February 08, 2018  •  2 Comments
Family portraits with a little leaf-pile-fun-- This family may be my most photographed of all clients. From engagement portraits to a fishing-themed-first birthday party and now portraits of the full family of four, I think we've covered quite a few of the major milestones over the past 10 years. For the latest family Christmas card, we opted for...
Read the Full Post »

A little mom/daughter fun at Houston's best urban park - Family portraits at Discovery Green

January 24, 2018  •  1 Comment
Family portraits at Discovery Green-- Just before Christmas, on my favorite kind of winter day (sunny and 50-60 degrees), I met Brittany and Paulina at Discovery Green for their Christmas portraits. The mom/daughter duo were matched in a perfect shade of winter green that looked fabulous against the earthy colors of the park (and the blue mosaic w...
Read the Full Post »

When it rains, make photographs - Family and children's portraits following a rainy day

January 22, 2018  •  1 Comment
Family and children's portraits following a rainy day-- I always hate to reschedule a portrait session, because I know everyone's time is valuable and finding a slot in the ever-busy calendar for family portraits isn't always the easiest thing to do. I'm pretty sure we had already rescheduled this portrait session (back in fall) at least once beca...
Read the Full Post »

On the sidelines- My trip to Super Bowl LI with Sports Illustrated

January 04, 2018  •  1 Comment
January 4, 2016 - One year ago today, I received one of my favorite phone calls of all time. It was John McDonough, Sports Illustrated photographer, calling, "I'm coming to Houston for the Super Bowl, and I wanted to know if you'd be available to assist." Yes, yes, yes...a million times yes. Let's rewind about four months though. For those who don...
Read the Full Post »

If Superman were a cowboy - Children's portraits in Chambers County

January 02, 2018  •  1 Comment
Children's portraits in Chambers County-- If Superman were a cowboy, he'd look just like this little man. If Superman doesn't want too much attention for his incredible superhero powers, he goes in disguise with Wranglers and boots...the perfect outfit to "hide in plain sight" in Southeast Texas. But when Superman is ready to save the day...
Read the Full Post »