One of the most exciting things about my line of work is meeting all of these amazingly talented women who are making their dreams come true. Leah of The Little Flower Market is just that, and I've loved seeing her passion blossom (no pun intended) into a beautiful business!
Anticipation is building over at The Den Branding House, as The Saucy Mama Co undergoes a majorly fun re-brand! In the meantime, this amazing woman is working her tail off to bring new mamas in Austin some worry-free and and stress-eliminating events, so stay tuned for the big launch in April!
This lovely lady is a dear friend of mine, and is a world-changer with Noonday Collection (which I'm pretty much obsessed with). When she asked me to snap some headshots and capture a little bit of a day-in-the-life of a Noonday Ambassador, I jumped at the chance! Look how gorgeous she is! (And that jewelry is not too shabby either! *insert the heart-eyes, here!!!*)
Texas sunsets, y'all. I'm just sayin'. They bring out something so sweet in a family! These lovelies were no exception!
I've had the pleasure of getting to know this gorgeous girl, watch her fall in love and get married, and develop into a talented photographer over the past few years! This year, we "traded" family sessions and it was an absolute dream. The light and their adorable connection were so fun to capture!
I am a little biased, but I think my sister and her little boy are just about the best thing ever. This mommy-and-me mini session was a dream! Check out their adorable-ness!
It was so fun getting to know this precious family during our mini session. Kristen teaches my boy in her Kindergarten class, and I she is just as fun as he says she is. What a handsome family!
What a delicious way to spend a morning: with a fresh little newborn, her darling big sister, and their adorable parents! It's been so fun watching this sweet family grow from 2 to 4 in just a few years. They're some of my favs!
Seriously, what a doll! And her big sisters aren't too shabby, either. XO!
It's the dead of summer here in Texas. And I'm dreaming of last year's mid-August trip to Seattle, where the air is salty and picnics involve scarves, not sweat. We spent a day on the water, and came away with that renewed energy that only the sea can conjure.
I gave Kiddo a Holga and some film, and he had a blast.
Yesterday I ran across a bunch of old photo equipment in our garage, including a gigantic shoebox filled with unexposed 120 film! Most of it expired at least 5 years ago, but I wasn't about to go throwing it all away! So I dug out my trusty Holga toy camera and started teaching Colin about film photography. We took a walk around the neighborhood, and while he documented his world, I documented his adventure. The next day we dropped the film (two whole rolls!!) at a lab and are now eagerly awaiting the prints. I'll keep you posted on the results!
When did processing film get SO EXPENSIVE?! This will have to be a very special occasion type of activity!
I'm pretty sure there was a little fairy magic in the sunlight at this shoot!
We've been loving these warm Texas afternoons, lately! It's perfect for exploring the neighborhood and hanging out in the front yard.
Welcome to the world, Phoenix!
This family is truly special - the joy in their home was magical, and I loved documenting their everyday. Thanks for a truly enjoyable morning, friends!
TBT to this family mini session at the Hope Outdoor Gallery in downtown Austin. We had super sunny weather and extra bright smiles!