Atlanta Family Photographer | What a difference a year makes…

One of my all-time favorite families! I have been photographing them since the big kids were 2 and 5 years old, and little brother wasn’t even in the picture yet (no pun intended!). I can hardly believe that 2018 marked our 9th year together! It is such an honor to be trusted year after year […]

March 8, 2019

Client Work, family

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Little Livvy | Atlanta Family Photographer

Oh my goodness…Can you even handle the cuteness of this little one?!  I’m such a sucker for a blue-eyed red head – especially since both of my nieces are gorgeous red-heads! Little Livvy was 14 months old at the time of our session – which is a SUPER busy (sometimes difficult) age. She was determined […]

February 7, 2019

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babies, family

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Atlanta Fresh 48 Newborn Session | Norah Elizabeth

Happy New Year, everyone! I couldn’t think of a better way to start off a fresh year than with a fresh 48 session. I had so much fun with sweet Norah and her parents documenting the newness of their little family. I have definitely found a new love in these hospital sessions and hopefully will […]

January 1, 2019

Fresh 48, newborn

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The Quinn Family | Atlanta Family Photographer

A gorgeous family AND beautiful light – yes, please! Sign me up 🙂 This family is one of my very favorites to photograph – laid back, funny, kind and, as I already mentioned, completely gorgeous! That last image has already made its way onto my website. Thanks for a great evening Quinn Family – can’t […]

August 8, 2018

children, family

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Oliver Andrew | Atlanta Newborn Photographer

I’m so behind on my blogging that we are now getting ready for this little guy’s sitting up session! So much for that New Year’s Resolution! HA! Seriously though, I had so much fun hanging out with sweet Oliver during his newborn session. His mom looked SO familiar to me and we found out we […]

April 20, 2018

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