Thursday, February 26, 2009


Better late than never, right???

20% off all prints 16x20 and larger

15% off all prints 11x14 and smaller

15% off all gallery wrapped canvases, all sizes

Minimum order of $200 required.
Orders must meet reprint requirements (call or email for details)
Sale ends next Friday, March 6th at midnight.

This is a great time to get those early Mother's and Father's day gifts!!!


And the winner is....

Congratulations to the S. Family for winning Image of the Year 2008, Newborn Twins! A complimentary session is yours!!

Also congrats to the C. Family (Sisters on bed) as first runners up! You will receive an 8x10 of your image!

Thank you all for participating! It was a close race this year!

Friday, February 13, 2009

Image of 2008-VOTE!!!!

Finally! It's back!!!

These are my picks for my favorite images of 2008. Please vote for your favorite one. The winner will receive a COMPLIMENTARY SESSION, and first runner up will receive a COMPLIMENTARY 8X10 of their image!!
Polls Close Feb 25th at midnight!
#1 Girl in red tutu
#2 Sisters on Bed

#3 Girl and her horse

#4 Blue eyed girl

#5 Giggles
#6 Happy Family

#7 Brother and Sister laughing
#8 Sisters hug
#9 Dad plays guitar
#10 Baby in Hat
#11 Family snuggles #12 Girl loves kisses

#13 Newborn twins

#14 Family in Grand Central

Monday, February 09, 2009

Back to Business

Lookie, pictures!!! On a photography blog!!!!!

This session is from waaaaaay back in December. This gorgeous family is one of my faves and have been so wonderfully patient waiting for just a peek at these. If you've been following the blog for awhile I am sure you will recognize them, they are Devine Celebrities of sorts ;)

Update on my Dad: We found a surgeon who will operate! He is an uber-specialist called a "skull based surgeon", and he will perform the surgery through my Dad's ear. He is pretty confident that he can get the tumor out with minimal side effects, and he thinks he can get it ALL. This means a CURE!!! We are so relieved and cautiously optimistic. The biggest risk is some hearing loss, but like I told my Dad, he'll still have one good ear ;) And that beats a brain tumor any day! I think the surgery will be sometime in early March, I will definetly need more prayers then. That is going to be a long day.

Thank you so much for your prayers, they WORKED!!

Monday, February 02, 2009


Last Friday, my Dad had a test to determine the amount of bloodflow to the tumor in his brain. The news was what we expected and not encouraging. There is a large amount of bloodflow to the tumor, and this makes any surgery or radiation "treacherous" (the neurosurgeon's word).

The short of it is, my Dad must have an operation on an inoperable brain tumor. We had no idea how serious this brain tumor was, and it turns out to be almost as bad as if he did have cancer. The only up to it not being cancer is that it buys us more time to find a surgeon to operate.

There are 25-50 surgeons in the entire country who are skilled enough to operate on the area of the brain that his tumor is located. The good news: one of them is located in Dallas. Dad will be consulting with this doctor very soon to see if he thinks he or one of his colleagues across the country would be able to at least get some of the tumor out. It is tricky because of all the bloodflow and because it is buried so far deep in his brain. Tricky isn't even the right word, it's so damn near impossible that this neurosurgeon, who is on the cover of D Magazine as one of the area's best, wouldn't touch it.

Anyways we still have options and we still have hope, but I can't tell you guys how scared I am. No one wants to see their parents suffer, I truly can't imagine anything worse.

Please continue to pray for him or send good thoughts our way.

As for me, I am going to be slowly stepping back into working. I'll start returning phone calls and emails this week and will begin taking sessions again towards the end of this month. Look for a reprint sale coming up in the next couple of weeks. I cannot begin to thank all of you enough for the patience and kindness you have shown me during the most difficult period of my life. I will forever be grateful.