We don’t just shoot weddings and babies – we do it all! Senior portraits, parties, charity events, family photo sessions, and even family pictures for Christmas cards! If you need pictures taken for an event, contact me and let me know what you need! Check out the example shots below, and let me know if you have any questions!
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This adorable little kiddo had a pirate themed birthday party at Pump It Up in Dallas. They wanted to hire a party photographer to capture the party so that they wouldn’t have to worry about wrangling the kids AND taking pictures. I got the call, and had an absolute blast shooting all the kids and parents running around like crazy. His dad ordered a really cool pirate ship cutout and made giant sails to put in the fake boat. Since the boat was up against a blue wall, I thought it would be cool to key out the blue and make it look like the ship was out in the ocean. The resulting photos were a HUGE hit.
This family called me up and wanted to knock out some family photos to use as Christmas presents, so we got together on Thanksgiving weekend in Allen and shot some pics. Both little girls were ridiculously cute and VERY full of attitude, so we laughed a lot. They had so much fun playing on the train tracks that most of the afternoon, they forgot to look at the camera.
I always love shooting followup pictures so we can see how a family has grown… Last October, I shot maternity photos for the Baughers at one of my favorite parks in Highland Park. About a month later, I took pictures of little Isaac when he was just a few days old. His parents called us up and wanted to shoot some family photos, so we went back to the same spot where we shot their maternity pics. Isaac has become a total ham and was really fun to shoot – you can see for yourself below:
If you’ve been following our blog posts, you’ve seen several pictures of this family before. We shot infant portraits of little Gracie when she was just 3 months old, then another round a few months later. We also shot engagement pictures of her mommy and daddy, and we shot their wedding photos just over a month ago. Just after they got back from their honeymoon, daddy went into basic training for the Army. Mommy wanted to send him some pictures of his girls while he was there, so we met up at the Dallas Arboretum and spent a few hours shooting some pictures.
I shot the Cherry’s wedding at the end of last year, and they called me back to head out and take some family portraits. We met up at Babe’s Chicken in Frisco, one of my absolute favorite places to shoot. Since they’re friends of ours, it was a really relaxed and fun shoot (although we had to work a bit to keep the kiddos from getting too wound up). Their daughter was a blast to shoot, and I found out later that she refused to take off her pink tutu for the rest of the day!
Little Ashlynn was soon to arrive, so the Hopmanns wanted some cool maternity shots to help celebrate. We headed down to a few of my favorite Dallas parks and snapped some really great shots. Their son was a natural and hammed it up for every shot that he was in. We laughed a lot, which you can probably tell from the atmosphere in most of the photos.
Had an absolute blast shooting this couple down in Highland Park. I’ve got a few favorite spots down off of Turtle Creek that are always great for shooting. They had a great sense of humor and the shoot flew by… they’re gonna be awesome parents!
Sara’s sister is a very close friend of ours, so when she came to Dallas to visit her sister, she wanted to take some grungy senior portraits in Downtown Dallas. Sara lives in Roswell, New Mexico, and you’ll see from the pictures that she’s got a unique personality. She wanted senior photos that looked different than anything she could get in Roswell, so we trekked down to Deep Ellum and got some great shots.