Monthly Archives: August 2009

Minx Boutique | asheville photographer

“what do I wear for my photos?” is easily the most frequently asked question I get. well i recently rediscovered a little gem of a store nestled right down on Lexington avenue in Asheville. I only had my little point and shoot camera with me (!!!) so forgive the image quality, but this is another […]

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room in the nest….. | asheville family photographer

mom contacted me way back at the beginning of the summer with a very simple request. “I really want some new family photos with all of my kids, before the youngest also heads off to college. Oh, and if we can get the two dogs, puppy June, and ten year old lab, Lucy, in also, […]

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the iowa skinny | asheville photographer

I have always loved COOK’S magazine. Not only do they always feature great recipes, but they explain why things do and don’t work. Years ago, when my youngest was showing such an interest in cooking, I started buying the year end issues, which were hard bound versions of the bi-monthly copies. Natalie has begun working […]

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pinch me | asheville teen photographer

because I must be dreaming….my ‘job’ can’t possibly be this much fun ! Met this delightful young lady for a quick session today, and my goodness, isn’t she adorable?!! Her mom and sister came along with her, and L, you did a fabulous job handling the reflector, and mom even helped tote stools around….summer job […]

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in the outfield | asheville family photographer

We beat the rain this evening….but just barely! The entire time, thunder was rumbling off in the distance, and we only had a few glimmers of sunshine at the very start of the session, but that did not dampen the spirits of this beautiful family. I knew mom was anxious for a sneak peek, so […]

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