Yearly Archives: 2008

far flung fields | asheville family photographer

or maybe not! actually this field is very much right in town, and it provided a magical spot to showcase this beautiful family. next time….the guys are going to get to climb the tree…promise! Thanks R and J for sharing this time with me! Here is a sample of shots from the afternoon

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little miss | asheville child photographer

the world is a complete wonder for this little miss! every acorn, pine cone, random apple, and of course, her beloved toy snake, are just a marvel to her. miss e is at that age where she is all business……as long as the business is finding out what that new little thing lying on the […]

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that certain something | asheville senior photographer

this girl has got that spark…..that certain something….you know it when you are around a person like this…it is completely contagious. never without a smile, or a positive word…..just a pure delight. add to that that she is a great athlete, and incredible student. even with the uncooperative grey skies, we got plenty of brightness […]

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boys and their fun toys | asheville child photographer

these two little four, nearly five year olds had already has a very busy day by the time i arrived for their photo session, but they were still in amazingly great spirits! full of energy and smiles, and kindness for me and each other. this is my second time having the pleasure to photograph them, […]

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the ‘cost’ of custom photography

I read this article recently, and it was such a great explanation of all of the ins and outs of providing custom photography, and I thought I would share it here. Many of my clients have never had the experience of working with a custom photographer, and I think since I shoot digital, they have […]

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