I had a great time photographing Jaymi and Wes’ wedding on April 20, 2013! What a beautiful event to start off the season. Here are some of my favorite pictures from that day;
These photos are of baby Micheal. I took the wedding photos for his parents a couple of years ago. It is so nice to see how families grow and change.
I have only recently started taking baby photos. In order to get some exprience I took some photos of my friend Brenda’s nephew, Riley.
Sometimes the hardest people to photograph are your own family. Every year I work to try and get my kids to behave long enough for me to take photos of them for Christmas cards. You’d think it would be easy to get your own kids to sit still and smile for a camera when your a photographer, however, that isn’t always the case. Below are some of the photos I took of my kids, Logan and Leia, for our 2011 Christmas Cards.
Renee Tankersly is another teacher at Parkview and my son’s former kindergarten teacher. Below are the photos I took of her beautiful family at the Missouri Highway Gardens in Sedalia, Mo.
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In June 2011 Jessica & Andy Garrison were married at Bothwell State Park and had a reception at Bothwell Hotel. Both are historic location in and near Sedalia, MO. Here are some of the photos from their wedding.
I give a 25% discount on portrait sessions to teachers. Mrs. Karmin Butler is an ESOL teacher at Parkview Elem. She has a beautiful family and I was happy to take photographs of them.
It’s hard to believe that my friends Duane Points and Michelle Hansen have a son that is a senior in High School. I remember when Kamerin was just a baby. How time flies. I had a great time taking Kamerin’s senior photos and I hope to photograph his sister Madison for her senior portraits in a couple years.
Thank you to Ms. Kylee Weber, 4th Grade teacher at Parkview, for letting me take portraits of herself and her dog, Tempie. I hope the photos “wow” everyone for your theatrical auditions to come.
I had a lot of fun taking Mallory Holman’s senior portraits with her two horses, Charlie & Candy, and her boyfriend Billy. At a later date we have agreed to also take pictures of Mallory with her dog, Kia. I look forward to that. Meanwhile, here are some of the photos from Mallory’s senior photo shoot: