Monthly Archives: June 2009

what to wear? | asheville senior photographer

for seniors sessions, it is the most often asked question. I have several good suggestions for clothing, but this place, Union is easily one of my favorites. For the girls their style is fun and flirty, colorful and chic, and for the guys, it is just very cool and urban. Here are a few of […]

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snow white and her baby sister | asheville child photographer

Mom had described her daughters to me over the phone while discussing options for their clothing…..”they both look like Snow White…dark hair and dark eyes.” I have to admit though. Even though I had been prepared, I let out a gasp when I saw these two beautiful little girls and their heads full of dense, […]

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maverick | asheville dog photographer

I just loved this session……dogs are my thing. I love playing with them, cuddling them, and photographing them for certain! I had the pleasure of capturing the lovely relationship shared between Maverick and his mom and dad……they are just the neatest people. Thanks for having me!

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only the finest places | asheville family photographer

Don’t ever let it be said that I don’t take my clients to the nicest places……well this was a beautiful spot, and yes, it was nice….nice enough that there was quite a crowd there, only the crowd was of the reptilian kind ! The only thing was, I was knee deep in the water, and […]

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a most important day | asheville portrait photographer

it’s a generational thing…….the dress was worn by her grandmother, her mother, her aunt, her cousin and now her. I may have even missed someone along the way. Mom wanted to be certain to commemorate the event in a way that spoke to this lovely young lady’s personality. The formal portraits were done….now for something […]

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