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About 2 weeks ago I took a cruise to Cuba with my hubby and my parents. It’s been on my bucket list to visit, not only because it appeared so photogenic from all the photos I’ve see, but heard such wonderful things about the Cuban people. When I saw that cruises were starting to make…

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  • Rosa Marshall - Fabulous images…thanks so much for sharing your art. XoxoReplyCancel

  • Chris Barton - Such amazing pictures! You really captured life in Havana better than most travel websites I’ve seen!ReplyCancel

  • Cecilia Burgos - I went to Cuba last year, one of the best vacations ever. You truly capture the beauty of this country!ReplyCancel

This has been an amazing Spring so far not only because of all the different and amazing people and things I have had the chance to photograph.  I’m obsessed with stationary and hand made papers, just ask my husband every time we pass Papyrus in the mall, it’s like a force just pulls me into the store.  Of…

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Photographing these dancers from the Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet was an amazing way to jumpstart 2014.  We had 2 sessions, first one in Downtown Dallas at sunrise, and the second one at White Rock Lake (you can view those here).  I really loved the grittiness of the downtown fee with the beauty and elegance of these…

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Every January, when wedding season is on hiatus, I like to set up personal projects and do something new and different.  I actually started in photography photographing dancers and it was my very first long term project.  I spent several months where I photographed dancers.  I followed them to their rehearsals, did studio work with…

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I’m so excited to share these images with you!!! I was contacted by a groom of ours who needed photos for his office at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas.  He told me they wanted photos of the Margaret Hill Bridge, Baylor Medical Center and Reunion Tower.  I was giddy with excitement as I love doing…

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A impromptu purchase is the inspiration for this shoot.  I decided that I needed to new strobes (studio lights) and 2 huge softboxes.  I know me and when I first try out equipment, I like to test it out so I get used to it.  Also I can be a bit spazzy when testing things…

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  • Katy - These are too funny! I had a blast. Glad we went “editorial” with it. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • admin - Same here, I love the editorial feel. Thanks so much again Katy for all your help, you’re the best!!!!ReplyCancel

I mentioned how far behind I am on blogging portrait sessions, right.  Well I’m a tad embarassed to admit I shot these back in August of Regis Giles.  She is a firecracker and it was a blast to photograph her.  She is a tough, strong, intelligent, independent woman.  In 2010, Regis started her own company…

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  • Jade Mclauchlan via Facebook - great shots.. love the websiteReplyCancel

  • Jade Mclauchlan via Facebook - And im from the other side of the globe on the east coast of Australia just south of Sydney.. I’ve been loving your work for ever and only realised today your in Dallas TX lol! Amazing 🙂ReplyCancel

  • K & S Photography via Facebook - Awww thanks 🙂 Don’t you love how social media connects us all 🙂 Oh and Australia is my list of places I must see!!!ReplyCancel

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