Entries in Children photography (10)
It has been a blast to photograph baby Nicole. She's 10 months old and she's getting ready for her first international trip to Brazil, her mom's home country (and mine too!).
Just love her smiles & giggles. Cute spring flower!
Early Mother's Day Special! So often the Mommy's are behind the camera taking photos of their family and end up not having any photos of themselves with their children. So, on April 20, I will be doing mini sessions for Mom and child(ren)! Limited availability.
We're already photographing for Easter, and we created 2 super cute setups for our Easter Mini Session!
Easter Mini Session: $45
Duration: 15 minutes
Location: In Studio. Katy, TX.
All images in a CD.
Bunny Costume not included.
Mini Sessions have a Limited availability so don't wait to long!
Payments made via paypal will reserve your spot.
This was another busy yet excited week at Trinity Bible Church working with family portraits sessions. I have made new friends, learned new histories of wonderful people who loves God with all their heart. It has been an inspirational project which I will never forget!
Loving each minute of it!
To each one of you many thanks!
The Biessenberger family has a special place in my heart! Livia, Craig, Mirella and Daniel, love you guys! A happy Family forever!
This is a group of very special ladies: Living Hope Lafayette. Living Hope is an outreach program that mentors to expectant teens and young moms who are in need of guidance and assistance. They provide life skills classes, emotional and spiritual support, and opportunities to earn much needed essentials.
This month the church I work for as Media & Communications director decided to lunch a project I embraced with all my heart: Free of charge portrait sessions to Trinity Bible Church members here in Lafayette, LA. Here are some samples of the work we did this week:
My friend Debbie and her hubby stopped by the studio at church today and I 'invited' them to take a shot. Love this couple! and Yes, his her number one! :)