June 8, 2018

Young families have always been the type of shoot I enjoy photographing partly because of the young children involved. Young kids come with this stigma that they are difficult to photograph or don’t cooperate, and maybe I have been lucky with all of my experiences, but I relish in their quirky personalities. Young kids have […]

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“For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities – his eternal power and divine nature – have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse.” “The heavens declare the Glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.” When I look back at […]

Ireland: Cliffs of Moher

June 5, 2018

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Researching and planning for our trip to Ireland was a year in the making. Initially, I had no idea what to expect or where to begin – so I tried to make it as easy as possible for myself by first listing my must-see places (Dublin, The Ring of Kerry, Dingle, The Cliffs, and Giant’s […]

Ireland: Galway

May 31, 2018

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As most of you know, I was able to photograph Liam’s birth in April, which you can read about here. One thing I love about photographing births is the potential for newborn sessions – I get to see the baby a week or so later and they always look completely different to me. With him […]

Liam Henry Vickery

May 30, 2018

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With each senior comes their own style and personality. I love seeing how different each person is, and I always try to embody that uniqueness with each photograph I take. It can be a challenge sometimes to treat each session differently when you’re in a rhythm of photographing seniors frequently. By the time Haley contacted […]

Hailey Nowak

May 26, 2018

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Another LCA senior in the books! Matthew was a breeze to photograph because of his laidback nature and ability to go with the flow. After doing many seniors these last two years, I’ve come to realize that the guys tend to just follow directions and have very little input as to their own images (this […]

Matthew Hedrick

May 26, 2018

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I’ve finally hit the halfway mark in my pregnancy. Well, a week ago. Because of our recent mini vacay to California this past weekend, this post is being shared at my 21 week mark. We took these photos on Wednesday, May 16th, right at golden hour. I’m not all that comfortable in front of the […]

Bump Update: Twenty Weeks

May 24, 2018

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For a couple of years (since my niece Norah’s birth in 2016), I have really contemplated whether or not birth photography is something I want to specialize in. Witnessing her birth was nothing short of amazing – one of God’s many miracles. I was in awe, and could not contain my sense of wonder about […]

Birth: Liam Henry Vickery

May 23, 2018

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I wanted to do a quick post highlighting our favorite Bed and Breakfast in Ireland. For our Euro trip we agreed we would splurge on one location in each country we visited. I knew that I wanted a unique B&B, and the dream was to find a thatched cottage, but I didn’t get my hopes […]

Favorite B&B: Lissyclearig Thatched Cottage

May 17, 2018

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April showers bring May flowers. In Texas, that statement isn’t totally accurate, and those flowers last about 3 weeks until the humidity and heat destroys them. So its more like March/April showers bring-a-short-period-at-the-end-of-April-flowers. Whew. I’m glad the Shepelwich family made the decision to do their family session in March. Even though that month can frequently […]

Shepelwich Family

May 15, 2018

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