Category: Baby

Anderson | Atlanta Baby Photographer

March 21, 2012

It is amazing how in one short year, babies can grow and learn so many wonderful little things. I was in awe of Anderson whom I hadn’t seen since her newborn session. She had blossomed into the most beautiful, happy baby girl and it was so lovely to photograph her doll face and her million expressions.

Lucas | Peachtree City Baby Photographer

February 13, 2012

Few pleasures in life compare to the sweetness of staring into a brand new baby’s tender face. More of my session with Lucas coming soon.

 

My Lovelies – Atlanta | Peachtree City | Newnan | Fayetteville Photographer

January 24, 2012

I should feel outraged about the mild temperatures around the Atlanta area recently. I think this is the mildest winter we’ve had since we moved here six years ago. Part of me is somewhat alarmed about the effects of global warming in our planet and wonders if this is proof of it, but I have to admit the guilt and worry haven’t taken hold, probably because I dread the freezing temps that Januray brings about; it makes the first three months of the year drag on forever.

Three atypical things I’ve done this month:

  • Gave myself a pedicure on my front porch, in shorts and a tank top
  • Cheerfully whistled a tune while opening my gas bill
  • Took pretty pictures like these

 

     

 

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Bridget | Peachtree City Baby Photographer

January 17, 2012

 

 I am just catching up on posting sessions from December and this was by far my favorite. My lovely Goddaughter has me wrapped around her little finger. This image captures her beauty perfectly, with those blue-gray eyes full of curiosity and wonder. I love her so much.

Happy Monday – Peachtree City Newborn Baby Photographer

November 21, 2011

I spent my Monday morning photographing this beauty. Here is a sneak peek of her session.

Sisterly Love – Atlanta GA Wedding Photographer

September 12, 2011

She once put a rotten banana on my chair, so I would splatter it all over my pants when I sat down to dinner. We would fight about who looked prettier in dresses; she’d never trust me to do her hair because I would make a knotty mess out of it, and I would hide her toys to make her miserable. Dad used to tell us to get along, because when he and mom weren’t around anymore, the only true family we’d have left would be one another.

As adults, my sister is one of the greatest blessings in my life. She is my closest friend and my girls adore her. So when I found out our second baby would be another girl, I was thrilled, I wanted them to have each other like my sister and I have each other. Exactly five and a half years apart, just like us, my girls can fight like it’s the coolest thing since ice-cream. They pull each other’s hair and scream at each other in frustration, they can even be mean when the other gets hurt and laugh instead of showing compassion (only sometimes). But I have also heard the most beautiful words spoken between them and seen unexpected acts of kindness shared. This weekend we were taking some shots and I got the most amazing display of sisterly affection. I may just print a couple and hold them up like peace flags in the middle of their next argument.

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I’m a wedding photographer based in Atlanta, GA. Please visit my wedding photography portfolio to view more of my work.

 

 

 

Sisterly Love – Atlanta GA Wedding Photographer

September 12, 2011

She once put a rotten banana on my chair, so I would splatter it all over my pants when I sat down to dinner. We would fight about who looked prettier in dresses; she’d never trust me to do her hair because I would make a knotty mess out of it, and I would hide her toys to make her miserable. Dad used to tell us to get along, because when he and mom weren’t around anymore, the only true family we’d have left would be one another.

As adults, my sister is one of the greatest blessings in my life. She is my closest friend and my girls adore her. So when I found out our second baby would be another girl, I was thrilled, I wanted them to have each other like my sister and I have each other. Exactly five and a half years apart, just like us, my girls can fight like it’s the coolest thing since ice-cream. They pull each other’s hair and scream at each other in frustration, they can even be mean when the other gets hurt and laugh instead of showing compassion (only sometimes). But I have also heard the most beautiful words spoken between them and seen unexpected acts of kindness shared. This weekend we were taking some shots and I got the most amazing display of sisterly affection. I may just print a couple and hold them up like peace flags in the middle of their next argument.

Click here to see the full slideshow.

I’m a wedding photographer based in Atlanta, GA. Please visit my wedding photography portfolio to view more of my work.

 

 

 

A Girl After My Own Heart – Newnan Baby Photographer

September 9, 2011

It fascinates me to watch a baby’s facial expressions and see them discover the world, one inch at a time. I wish I had a way to magically hear their thoughts as they see something colorful for the first time, study a face, or try to articulate their first sounds.

B is my God-daughter and my constant photography model. It melts my heart to capture every stage of her life and I particularly love the stage of six months of age, when they giggle, and “talk” to you, and reach for your face with adoration. It’s one of the happiest phases in a baby’s growth.

Here is sweet baby B

 

 

 I’m a wedding and family photographer based in Atlanta, Georgia. Please visit our wedding photography portfolio for more information.

 

 

 

Snow! – Fayetteville GA Children’s Photographer

December 26, 2010

According to some locals this is the first time in 17 years it snows on Christmas in Atlanta; hurray! My friends up North may be laughing at our enthusiasm right now, but truth is, we enjoy every little bit we get, even if it is just a few miniscule snowflakes. There is something magical about snow that makes the world brighter and more cheerful, and specially around Christmas time.

Now being born and raised in an island in the Caribbean, my tolerance for cold temperatures is something to be ashamed of; I only lasted about fifteen minutes outside. Enough to get involved in a snowball fight with the girls and get a few snapshots of the action. My goal: to get some thermal gloves and long-johns so I am better prepared when February comes around.

Some of my favorites from today,

Of Snips and Snails and Puppy Dog Tails – Atlanta Childrens Photographer

December 3, 2010

I love having daughters; playing dress-up and princess and having tea parties. I am blessed beyond belief with my two girls, but when I was younger, I always pictured myself as the mother of boys. So it’s no surprise that despite being very girly girls, my little princesses play wizards and knights, dream about their first car being a 1969 Mustang GT500 in grabber blue, and can throw a football better than I ever could, all with a fuschia boa wrapped around their neck.

Yet, when I get to photograph boys, a whole new world opens up to me. I love their mischief and spunk. Their constant wrestling and fearlessness in grabbing a frog or lizzard. Boys have an appeal and beauty of their own.

These two were a little shy and as sweet as can be. Here are my favorite shots of our session.

When I first got there, this little one wanted nothing to do with me.

But we soon became friends..

This boy has the creamiest skin I have ever seen, and look at those freckles!

I love being witness to this kind of bond between siblings. These two truly love each other.

This is their spirited dog Dasher, I think she wants to be a photographer when she grows up, she kept going for the camera ;-)

Thank you for letting me document your lives. Enjoy your sneak peek!

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