So, I got a new blog. I’ve been toying with the thought for months and I FINALLY did it!! I will keep this one so people can come back and look, but now THIS is the new blog. It still needs some tweaking but I’m thrilled about it.
Go have a look, and make sure to save the address. I will no longer be posting on this blog!!!
Last week, I got together with two week old Isaac, his beautiful momma and his grandma for some newborn pictures. He was such a good baby, which was a surprise to momma, and I had a great time meeting all of them.
We got a couple with Isaac and his momma at the end…. Nicole, you’re beautiful and do NOT look like you just a had a baby.
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This week, after two different newborn shoots, I learned that baby is boss!! But when the baby is as gorgeous as Maleaha, it’s pretty easy to just let her do her thing….
Her eyelashes are amazing!!
And let’s not forget her cheeks…. Oh.my.gosh.
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Earlier this week I got together with Marissa and her hubby for some Maternity pictures! We kind of got rained in, but I think they still turned out pretty great. :) This Momma and I got wayyyy back. She was my very best friend growing up, I was a bridesmaid for her wedding, and now I get to capture such an amazing part of her life. I’m so excited for her and can’t wait to meet their baby girl!!
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Chelsey and Austin are twins, and they turned 21 TODAY! I went to high school with Chels, and I was so excited when she asked me to take pictures of them for their birthday. It was a fun, cold and super fast shoot. But they turned out great!
Happy Birthday, guys! And Happy Valentines day!!
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Hoping everyone is having an fabulous Love Day!!!
Here’s a little of what I’m working on right now…….
This is Ford–
He’s twenty three. While he was working on becoming a firefighter, he was diagnosed with an aggressive form of Sarcoma cancer. Right now he is going through treatment at the Cache Valley Treatment Center.
Ford realized that while his medical expenses were covered, many local families were not. Ford then started his Campaign for Heath in the fall of last year. All proceeds are donated to the Logan Regional Hospital to fund support groups and educational efforts for those affected by cancer.
This weekend, Arts Bridge America and Fast Forward Charter High are hosting the first annual Ford Chancellor Campaign for Health 1920’s SpeakEasy. For the event, I was asked to take pictures of Ford receiving Chemo treatment to help people realize the things that people have to go through..
While I sat in on Ford’s talk with his doctor, I was AMAZED at Ford’s attitude. The first thing he asked his doctor is if he could go rock climbing. When his doctor said something about being miserable, Ford responded by saying “You choose to be miserable!”
If anyone is interested in attending the SpeakEasy event on Friday, feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You would not regret it!