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As we head into a long weekend of remembrance, dedications, honors and festivities – for Memorial Day, graduations, summer kickoffs – this session seemed so very fitting to describe the celebration of the ties that bind us together and the roots that truly do grow wings. I’ve been photographing this exceptional family ever since their baby […]

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There’s no better phrase to describe the overwhelming majority of six-month-olds during their photography sessions. With very few exceptions, they are quite simply the happiest age group of little people I photograph. These sessions feature the big first-year milestone of sitting up unassisted and, as in Eloise’s case here, typically include more laughs, smiles and giggles […]

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Hidden away down every street, around every corner and in every garden throughout Houston’s Museum District, are these incredible little “pockets of wonderful.” Within a few blocks, you see ivy-covered walls, brightly colored doors, old iron gates, tree-lined walkways and stately structures oozing with character. Below is one of those pockets and one of those families (oozing with […]

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Houston is incredibly rich with vibrant backdrops for photography sessions, and I’ve been out scouting ever since our move this past summer. It’s been a great way to get to know the roadways and the various areas in and outside The Loop (aka Hwy 610). When I happened upon The Museum District, I knew I’d […]

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One of the most important things I like to get a sense of prior to picking up my camera for a session is how my clients plan to display or share their images. For some, it’s a custom-designed heirloom album, for others, it’s the continuation of a framed display up the stairway or several large […]

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