Miss Farrah

July 06, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
This girl has spunk! The last time I photographed Farrah was when she was about 1 year old. Now,  she is a "little Monster" Gaga fan, trend setting, feisty, beautiful girl. We met again at Oregon Ridge with her parents and she shook my hand and displayed the best manners. I love the contrast in her features and the way she looks at the camera without the typical "I'm in a beauty contest" look so many girls her age do. She has wisdom and maturity beyond her few years.  Good job, Farrah!

Easter!

April 07, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
the easter bunny hopped over to springhill farm and delivered some goodies!
the boys hunted down every last egg and colby even found the egg this year...to someone else's dismay...






Show off your child's artwork...and preserve it for the long term!

February 26, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
I am very excited to introduce a new service as part of my photography. La Petite Artiste! 


During my off-season, I will take your child's artwork, photograph it in my studio, edit and create a custom album of their art. Besides having a new way to preserve your child's work, you will also be able to get rid of those tiresome storage bins and keep only the most important few. For $150, you will get a custom hard bound book. Add ons are available such as a cover portrait of your child as seen on our sample.

some of the sweetest kids i know....

January 16, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
this trio has worked with me for a few years now....their father is the one who calls every couple of years to have their portraits taken. i love it when a dad is just as passionate, if not more, than the mom about having his kids photographed and their childhood "memorialized".

i know i am crazy about preserving every detail about my children growing up. i think i have become this way for three reasons:

#1 i love doing fun things when editing to spark up my pictures and make them into amazing conversation starters in my home! i love it when people come into my home, stop at a photograph display and say "hey! how did you do that? where were you?"

#2 because i go back often into my photograph catalogs of my own children, I see how much they have grown year after year and i appreciate seeing the changes, which of course makes me want to preserve even more! sort of a domino effect, every time a woman older than myself looks at my kids and says, "enjoy them! they grow up so fast!" i feel like saying "i know i know! really i do!"

#3 i have many clients who come back to me year after year and i have seen their children change so much from one year to the next. i am so happy for those clients who get it and want to keep imprinting each year of their children's lives.
















just put together a really cute album and i had to share....

January 15, 2012  •  Leave a Comment
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