kristi hedberg photography – kindness and gratitude

this is a personal post……to express how incredibly gracious and generous people are……..and how immensely I appreciate that generosity. A delivery person from Blossoms flower shop arrived at my door today, delivering the most beautiful arrangement I have ever seen. It was a thank you from a friend and parent of one of my daughter’s teammates, for my ‘acting’ as the team photographer over the seasons……a ‘job’ I wholeheartedly loved. It was a most unexpected gift, but I cannot tell you how much it meant. I am truly, truly touched by this incredible showing of generosity.

thank you!

2009/11/20 - 9:45 pm

jennifer suydam - hi kristi! i’m a new follower… i came upon your blog courtesy of a refer by michele anderson of pinkle toes! she’s right – your images are beautiful! i’m a photographer, too… in northern new york, actually. :)

well, i just wanted to say hi and that i absolutely love your work. stunning and very inspirational.

i will be following regularly! <3

kristi hedberg photography – a baby girl in the mix | asheville family portrait photographer

you can bet this sweet little gal is going to be doted on and well cared for all of her life by her two older brothers. The two boys, and the entire family, are just the nicest people you could ever hope to meet. Mom has the calmest demeanor, dad is totally smitten with his new littlest gal, and the boys, well…….perfect gentlemen, complete with all of the yes ma’ams and no thank yous. You have a lovely family, A and G, and I so appreciate the opportunity to document these days for you. Now, here is your sneak peek!

2009/11/16 - 8:03 pm

ashley - What a beautiful session! Lovely family – such handsome boys and precious little girl. I love all the images here…awesome work, lady:)

2009/11/17 - 6:08 am

Bev - What a gorgeous family.LOVE that umbrella shot with those big blue eyes!

2009/11/17 - 8:28 pm

Miles Goosmann - This is my brother Greg, his beautiful wife Ann and their three beautiful children George, Will and Catherine. You did a wonderful job in all your pictures. Thank you. Miles

2009/11/19 - 9:12 pm

Gredo Goldenstein - All of the photos from this session are fantastic! However, the photo with the umbrella is truly oustanding!! What a wonderful photo. Thank you for sharing. Well done!

kristi hedberg photography – the pianist | asheville senior photographer

A few more from this stunning senior’s session

2009/11/16 - 8:05 pm

ashley - Fantastic senior session! What a gorgeous young lady! Great work, Kristi!

kristi hedberg photography – holiday deadlines have passed

Just a reminder, the deadline for submitting your choices for images for books and albums in time to guarantee Christmas delivery has now passed. It is very important that you try to make decisions on your image choices as soon as possible once your gallery is posted, in order to keep the process of fine tuning and ordering flowing smoothly. Because I try very hard to accommodate as many clients as I can at this time of year, the deadlines are even more important. I appreciate your consideration and prompt decisions.

Thank you!

kristi hedberg photography – windblown! | asheville family photographer

we were hoping for sun….and we got a little bit of that, but we forgot to also request warmth! It was a chilly and windy session yesterday, but this family was the absolute best. I certainly have been lucky with clients who are ready to brave the elements this season!

here is your sneak preview!

That last shot just cracked me up! This was at the end of the session and their youngest had had quite enough of snuggling with the family and taking photos!

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2009/11/14 - 7:33 am

lara - what a sweet little family! and the shot of the two girls walking away — so precious…..

2009/11/16 - 9:11 am

Sarah Anne - How adorable!

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