Yearly Archives: 2008

reds, golds and greens….. | asheville family photographer

if only fall would go on forever. the warm evening and spectacular colors of the trees provided the perfect backdrop for this gorgeous, largely auburn haired family last evening. and what troopers they were as they had to help me carry the traveling couch out to it’s intended spot in the field by the lake! […]

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a family filled with love | asheville family photographer

you know how sometimes you can just tell how fond family members are of one another? you can just sense the genuine closeness that they share? well that is the exact type of family i had the pleasure to photograph this week….and when I say pleasure, it was truly all mine. L and B thank […]

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‘two’ much fun |asheville child photographer

we could not have asked for a more perfect morning, but a much less scary photographer for this little two year old would have been nice….poor little thing just did not trust me whenever i put that darn camera up in front of my face….i did get a few shots, but just a few. and […]

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sweet baby james | asheville event photographer

What a fun evening! my very thoughtful friend, and chief asheville Obama-mama, Sarah Cecil called me with the most wonderful opportunity….would I like to be ‘the’ photographer for the VIP meet and greet at the James Taylor concert here in asheville. Yes!! It was an amazing concert and so much fun to meet this man […]

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love | asheville engagement photographer

you want to talk about a couple who were up for anything??? these are the two! what a fun evening it was being around this creative couple (they are both designers). i dragged them from place to place, had them change clothes in the middle of fields, lie in itchy grass and snuggle in tight […]

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