Monthly Archives: November 2008

Derek and Melissa Trash the Dress

Derek and Melissa returned from their fabulous honeymoon in California.  They met up with with us yesterday for one more opportunity to wear the dress and do things that you normally wouldn’t do in a wedding dress, like this:

The above images are from the end of of our session, we started out getting some shots on Derek’s motorcycle...

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Happy Thanksgiving

We are hosting Thanksgiving at our home tomorrow so today is busy with getting everything ready.  I wanted to take a minute to share the place cards that were lovingly made by one of our son’s little hands and wish all of our friends a Happy Thanksgiving!  I am so thankful for the new friends I...

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Mark & Stephanie

Meet Mark and Stephanie.  We got together yesterday in Tucson for their Engagement Session, here are a few of my faves.
First the ring

We spent the first part of the session walking around Downtown Tucson.

Stephanie brought some great shoes!


After our mini-tour of the Downtown area we visited a nearby park.

Thanks Mark & Stephanie for inviting me...

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Derek and Melissa’s Album Design

Derek and Melissa’s album design is complete.  They were married Nov. 8th at the San Pedro River Inn, it was a beautiful day and an equally beautiful ceremony.  Click here to see all of the album pages. 
WARNING!!!  If you are at all sentimental grab a box of tissue…I got a little weepy at their Reception when...

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Engle Family

We met up with the Engle family this morning for their annual Christmas portraits.  I enjoyed shooting this family because they spent more than half of the time laughing with and at each other. 

One more, caught between laughs:

Thank you for meeting with us this morning and all of the laughs!  I will send...

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Do you Dorodango?

The other night Mythbusters did a segment on the Japanese art of Dorodango.  In short, Dorodango is making a shiny sphere approximately the size of a pool ball out of mud.  One of my sons got “Dorodango fever” and set about making one.  After a few trials and errors here is the final product:

Want to give it a try?  Here...

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