Pretty in Pink {Tucson Children’s Photographer}

Three beautiful girls + a gorgeous day at the park = fun times and great family photos!

I’m pretty sure that’s all I need to say about that!


Brotherly Love {Tucson Family Photographer}

Another beautiful family that I met with last weekend for some annual holiday shots.  Well, not specifically holiday, but one of their photographs is destined for a holiday card 🙂

These boys were fun (and tiring!) to run around with for an hour.  I now have a much better idea of what awaits me just a few short years from now!  I also still have sore quads.  Being a children’s photographer is a GREAT workout!

Thanks to Mom and Dad for being so patient.  I know it often seems during a session like no one is cooperating and we aren’t getting ANYTHING.  I hope this puts your mind at ease!

Rachel is ONE {Tucson Baby Photographer}

I joined Rachel and family for a lovely birthday in the park.  It was cool and sunny…just perfect!

This girl is a doll (like big sis) and a CHAMPION eater.  Seriously, the girl can eat.  I was very impressed 🙂

We toodled around getting some fun family shots before the requisite birthday cake.  Fun times!






Zoey. Bring the Spunk. {Tucson Children’s Photographer}

I had a great photo session with Miss Zoey and her lovely Folks this past weekend.  OK, make that the weekend before this last one.  Wow, time is flying!

Anyway, Zoey was awesome as always, despite being let down by the nap gods.  We ended up with so many amazing pictures.  You can truly tell how loving and involved her parents are with her.  It shines right out through her soul (and those amazing eyes)!







Isabella & Elias {Tucson Family Photographer}

Whew!  This month is almost over and…it has been CRAZY!  In a good way, but, whew!

This is the first of several sessions I had last weekend.  Gram asked me to do a session with her and the babes.  You may remember Isabella from her newborn session.  Elias, her cousin, is equally adorable.  I have to add: I don’t think I have EVER met a more cooperative 2.5 year old!  Holy Moly!



Love these guys!

Cecilia {Tucson Baby Photographer}

First things first, I suppose.  We were loving on the dappled sunlight (and sun in general) during our session…which sent me down a sunshine rabbit hole.  SO, something new here: processing!  Yup.  I did do some processing on these images.  I wanted to convey the feeling of the warm sun on a chilly morning; something that is hard to convey given how harsh the Tucson sunlight can be!

Cecilia was a champ, chomping her way through our session.  She was/is in the midst of cutting 4 (count-em!) teeth all at once!  Lots of wiping of drool and, eventually, the sweet little thing just couldn’t take it anymore.  Great session though 🙂

Lots of pictures here featuring Cece and Papa.  Don’t worry Mama – there are lots with you too!  I just wanted to feature some of those great father-daughter shots since he’s usually the one behind the camera 😉


chomping away…but, look at those lovely eyes!




I love this last shot…I feel like the hand over Papa’s shoulder says it all 🙂

Oh, and, in case you all were wondering, there seems to be something funny going on with photo saturation on my blog.  The site I use for hosting seems to be screwing things up 😦  Nothing I’ve tried helps – I’ll have to start looking for other solutions soon…  All of this to say, the photos featured here are MUCH cooler in actual printed (and on-screen) life!

Audrey’s Clan {Tucson Baby Photographer}

I was thrilled when these lovely folks agreed to have their session up on Mt. Lemmon.  It was chilly up there but Audrey had a beautiful sweater, handknit by Mama for her first birthday, to keep her warm.

Anyone who knows this lovely little lady also knows that she is possibly the happiest baby on Earth.  I’m pretty sure that is not an overstatement. 🙂

Here’s a few peeks of our session this past Sunday…I think the drive and temps were definitely worth it!

We caught this last shot as the sun was finally sinking for the day.  No tripod, just a steady hand as I shrank the aperture down to a squint and we crossed our fingers that Audrey would sit still long enough for one shot.  We win!  We win!