Archive for December, 2008

Charlie’s House

Wednesday, December 31st, 2008

My neighbor has the most amazing house and decorations I’ve ever seen. Seriously, it’s beautiful and stunning and well, I can’t explain how amazing it is so I’m just going to let you look at pictures.

Dopp Babies

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

A dear friend of mine and her husband recently adopted 2 baby boys. They’ve actually had them since a few days after birth, but the adoption just recently became official.

Since she moved to Texas several years ago, it’s been a while since we’ve seen each other, and when she came home for Christmas this year, I was elated to take pictures for her.

Shaefers, Christmas

Wednesday, December 24th, 2008

Silas is one of the smartest and most polite little kids I’ve met. He’s also very musically talented.

For Christmas cards this year, Silas’s mom wanted shots of him with his current love, his guitar.
Seriously, how cute is this kid?

Over The Rhine

Sunday, December 14th, 2008

Last night, I was lucky enough to snag a 4th row seat to the Over the Rhine show here in Louisville, Ky. It’s easy to get good seats when you just need one, and with my mom and dad watching the kiddos it was just perfect timing.

I got my camera in and got some super shots. Enjoy!

Chris + Katie: Engaged

Tuesday, December 9th, 2008

Chris and Katie are preparing for wedding number 2 in only one month! Her family is from Minnesota and his family is here, and the faiths are different so they thought to make everyone happy it would be easier to do it that way.

All I can say is, YIKES!

We met on a very cold, snowy morning at a local retreat center, Mt. St. Francis, but they were troopers and had a blast!

Congrats guys, and one down, one to go.

Cans For Comments

Friday, December 5th, 2008

My friend Scotty with Think Photographics is participating in Can for Comments this holiday season, he brought it to my attention and think it’s a great idea.

During this crazy economy the local charities, shelters and closets are going to be hit even harder, and I am so blessed to have a job that provides for my family and enables me to continue to give back.

So here it goes, between now and December 14 for every comment that is left on the blog, I’ll donate one can of food.

Book a portrait session with me and mention this opportunity and I’ll donate and extra $10.00.

Visit here over the weekend to get a complete list of other participating photographers!

Quillo Kids!

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

What’s more fun than shooting two cute kiddos? When the mom and dad are friends and the kids have so much energy and know how to play to the camera!