Miss Eli has had a fabulous and contagious smile since the day she was born! She’s had three sessions with me over the past year and a half and I always look forward to her extraordinary amount of cuteness! Eli and her big brothers when she was 2 weeks old… And now…

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I’ve heard many stories of loss over the years. I don’t think I’ve ever met a couple who has suffered more loss and heartache than Joe and Claudia. However, their faith and trust in God is truly inspiring. I cannot express in words just how thrilled I am for them to have this little beauty […]

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I don’t always blog the outtakes from my sessions, but there always seems to be at least one in every session that I leave in the slideshow for my clients to see. Sometimes there’s a funny story behind it and other times I just happen to catch a funny expression. I had way too many […]

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I have photographed the Harris family for many years. Miss Meza is crazy about her grandbabies (who aren’t babies any more!) and she always wants a picture with the four of them for her Christmas cards. We did their session at Crystal Bridges Museum and ended at my favorite silhouette spot.

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I photographed big brother Maddox when he was as little as his new brother and sister. They were only 7 days old at their session. They are so adorable!

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I always love sessions with this sweet and always adorable family. Their session was at the Wonderland Christmas Tree Farm in Pea Ridge which is great place to get a real tree. Here is the link for more information and directions: WONDERLAND

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Mrs. Phillips was my oldest son’s kindergarten teacher. I SO loved the way she communicated (DAILY!) with all of us parents with both pictures and a summary of the day. He seriously adored her and he stays on the lookout for her at school so he can give her at least one hug a day. […]

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I seriously adore this family and we had so much fun during their session. God gave us an amazing sunset to end our time together. This is what happens when you say “Sisters, on the count of 3, kiss your brother!”

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