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Category Archives: portraits
Of course, I couldn’t post pictures of Ava on Easter, without sharing the best images of Luke’s photo session as well. He is also a master at facial expression. Must have to do with constantly having a camera shoved in … Continue reading
Here Ava looks quite happy, her eyes are a little more open than in the shot that I posted last Tuesday, and both of her socks are now off (as opposed to one on and one off)…. but the other … Continue reading
Here, Ava looks so innocent and wondrous. I love her expression. But at first I hated that I did not take off the one sock. For consistency in the image. In retrospect, however, I decided that I like it there. … Continue reading
Ok. So I am a little behind at posting this image from two months ago. Its a little difficult sometimes trying to launch a photography career while also taking care of a three-year-old and one-year-old. But I still wanted to … Continue reading
this was one of the girls at the ‘fun in the sun’ party held at my son’s school yesterday to celebrate the end of school and the beginning of summer.
I love this guy! I couldn’t tell if he was a parade on-looker or a participant because he would ride alongside the parade in his pirate garb, then stop every now and again for a sip from his flask or … Continue reading
I LOVE this picture. The parade on-lookers were just as interesting as the art cars themselves, and especially this couple and random photographer. This picture really says Houston and Texas to me. You can see more of the art car … Continue reading
My first band promo shoot! This was actually a challenging assignment. They wanted it at night. They wanted streaming lights. I can do that. But I had to make sure the guys weren’t blurry. Or not too blurry anyway (a … Continue reading
Meet Robert J Mhoon, a native Houstonian and my next-door neighbor. He is a POW from World War II where he was imprisoned in a Romanian camp, after being shot down while gunning German oil planes. Mr. Mhoon is also … Continue reading