Monthly Archives: October 2013
I love this set of images from a recent session w/ a daddy and his two girls.. All collages (and gift prints 10×13 & larger) all come matted on a sturdy material to ensure for lasting durability. They can be displayed propped on a shelf, frame stand, or framed behind glass as well.
She’s still smiley! She will be attending a wedding soon and this is her ensemble… I LOVED the accessories! So stinkin’ vintage-beautiful; Scarlett: newborn, 3 mos
I had no idea I was in for a new obsession, when I was first contacted by Andi Burkholder, owner of Squeaky Clean Soaps, to do some headshot images. I am beyond thrilled & excited to share w/ you all, and if you haven’t seen or tried these yet, you’ve just got to! My husband […]
I cannot wait for Jon & Carolyn’s wedding next fall! They share a love for baseball/softball, so it was perfect for them to incorporate into their session.. I love when we can personalize a session to make it special.
Not too many smiles this time around from Miss Kenzie, but she sure is growing! She reminds me so much of her big brother when he was her age.. so sweet! Kenzie: Newborn
Such a great portrait session.. Could this mama to be, look any more stunning?! I can’t wait to meet their sweet baby girl.. Will she look like mommy & daddy? So great to photograph you, Albert & Megan!
I was so excited to see the Meiner family, as the mom was one of my 6th grade teachers! It had been several years since seeing them, so it was great to catch up and meet the beautiful families that they now have. The kids did great, and I had fun being silly w/ them. […]
It sure doesn’t seem like it’s been 3 1/2 years since big brother August was a newborn.. He is now the big brother of a precious baby sister, Quinn. And he is SO sweet w/ her… Miss Quinn is absolutely beautiful. I’m so honored to capture her 1st year
I always have so much fun w/ this family… I get to play & laugh w/ the girls. There is usually lots of silliness involved. This evening was just beautiful for their family pictures. Thank you for allowing me to capture your family again, Strohs!