January 2010

21 degrees and smiling

a few weeks ago i went to nashville for imagingusa, a photographer’s convention that totally changed my life! the word for the week was “overwhelming”. i’m not sure that i’ve stopped using that word ever since…

david and i lived in nashville for one short year, and we often talk about how it would have been nice to stay longer. i miss two things the most: my friend tami and the pancake pantry. tami definitely takes priority over the pancake pantry, but i was lucky enough to visit both! the french toast was to die for! (ba-da-boom! david came up with that one.)

and then there’s the reason for this post! i worked with gini while living in nashville, and i was really exited to take some photos for her. of course, i was a bit nervous when i realized how cold it was going to be – 21 degrees to be exact! everyone bundled up for the occasion and despite the frigid temperature, i think we got some amazing images. enjoy!












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fall colors in winter

it’s a dreary day in maconga, so i found these pictures from a while back to brighten my day (and hopefully yours).


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a formal affair

these are pictures I took for tammy viviani and her daughter, alie, who was presented at the macon debutant ball – bon hommes. i normally don’t create full black and white posts, but I just love the bold contrast created by the formal attire – so I just had to! thanks to the viviani family for being so much fun!


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the “other” mullins family

david and i were able to visit the “other” mullins family after christmas, and it was pretty chilly… (50 degrees). so david and andy rounded up some firewood while susan made hot chocolate, and i had fun clicking away.


adorably dirty

adorably dirty


this is what jacob was hoping to find in his mug...

this is what jacob was hoping to find in his mug...

but sadly, it was all gone.

but sadly, it was all gone.

this one makes me think we were in colorado, rather than florida.

this one makes me think we were in colorado, rather than florida.



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