In a male dominated industry, it was important to Melinda (of Georgetown, TX) that her headshots reflect her femininity and authenticity.
“I try to feel my own edges in thelow light. I send my mind to theouter edges of me — where do I end?I send myself to my innermost edges,and I see that in both directions I am infinite.” ― Jessica Bates, Birth & What Came After: poems on motherhood Beautiful, beautiful L and her precious little family right […]
She is, in every sense of the word, a woman. Powerful, beautiful, wise, graceful, and tough as nails…
I was sure she would say no, but I had to try, so I asked if she would model for me and to my astonishment and delight she said yes in the prettiest English accent I’ve ever heard.
“There’s a story behind everything. How a picture got on a wall. How a scar got on your face. Sometimes the stories are simple, and sometimes they are hard and heartbreaking. But behind all your stories is always your mother’s story, because hers is where yours begin.”
Is there even anything better than a baby at Christmas?
Even though the majority of the portraits I take are now in my new Georgetown photography studio on the square, I still relish the chance to do a lovely “Lifestyle” shoot with a family or newborn.
What makes a lifestyle shoot different from a studio shoot? A few things…
From wedding to maternity to newborn to every family photo, one of my favorite things is being there from the beginning and becoming the family photographer. Nothing is as sacred as family, and being present in their lives every year is an honor.
Because it’s Friday, and we all need a cute little baby video to kick off the weekend, right? (***allllllll the heart-eye emojis here***)
September is only hours away and most of us get nostalgic, if not a little weepy as we say goodbye to our days of summer to memory. And for this bride, who had an early summer wedding at Grace Heritage in Georgetown, you picked the best summer day to get married – those stunning pink heritage roses were in wild summer bloom all over the place.
What on earth is better than 4 generations of women getting together to celebrate the life and legacy of their matriarch?
Absolutely nothing. Nothing could be better.