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Bradley | Class of 2016

There comes a time when you start feeling really, really old… for me, a perfect example is when I got the call to do Brad’s senior session.  I felt like an old woman, given that I’ve known him since he was 5!!  Brad has grown into a fantastic teen- active in youth group, band, and lots of other activities.  He’s got his sights set on a bright future, and I know he can do it!

Brad- congratulations and enjoy your senior year!!


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I really enjoyed working with Kayla for her senior photo session. From preplanning her outfits (she would text me ideas– I loved having a hand in the process!) to laughing and giggling during the session itself, I had a blast!  Kayla is gorgeous and smart- I know she’s going great places in the future!2015-07-28_00372015-07-28_00382015-07-28_00392015-07-28_00402015-07-28_00412015-07-28_00422015-07-28_0043

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Senior Reps Announcement!!!

I am THRILLED to say that I have finally finished going through the applications for Senior Reps this year and made my picks– if you applied, GO CHECK YOUR EMAIL!!!!


Thank you SO MUCH to all who applied- you made this a very difficult decision– how do you choose when everyone is so great??  If you did not get an email tonight, but you would like to book your senior session with CBP, please contact me ASAP– I have a promotion for you. 😉  Just my way of saying thank you for taking the time to apply, and know that I truly appreciate each of you.

Summer’s almost over- let’s kick off the fall, y’all!!!!! 🙂

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KK Preschool Photos {Tri-State Preschool Photographer}

When I was contacted recently by a local preschool to do spring photos for them again this year– let me tell you I jumped at the opportunity!  It is SO MUCH FUN to hang out with these kiddos– you absolutely never know what to expect and they are SO precious– I love spending time with them.  We decided this year’s theme would be Teddy Bear Picnic (last year was an outdoor lemonade stand- so cute!)  and I wanted to work hard to showcase the children as they are– just CHILDREN.  Not a lot of frills or fuss– just capturing them being themselves and enjoying their time with me.  I encouraged them to bring their special “thing”– a bear, toy, figurine, blanket, etc…. it all basically stemmed from an experience my husband and I had with our oldest daughter when she was 2.  We took her to see Santa Claus and she absolutely would NOT put down this gigantic Barney the Dinosaur stuffed toy she had with her.  At the time it was a big deal…but now we look back at that photo and that memory and remember when she wouldn’t leave the house without “Marney”.  That moment is what I wanted to give the parents this year.  I loved our results:


Also– this happened.  That’s my oldest, dressed in her preschool graduation cap and gown.  I am not going to even try to kid you and say that I held it together when she put it on– I started crying like a baby!!!  Time flies. Wasn’t she just born yesterday? <3

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