Category Archives: Kids

Jaxon turns one | first birthday portrait photography

Jaxon Andrews, son of Kristen and Matthew, turned one on July 21, 2017 and we photographed his one year portraits as soon as he was standing on his own and walking…. which was 4 days later – ha!! We met at a friend’s family farm in Purlear, NC on July 25th and it was wonderful. […]

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Sweet Hannah’s Newborn photography

Hannah Leigh Harrison was born July 10th to beaming parents Jamie & Daniel Harrison. These are beloved friends and clients of ours for years. We photographed Jamie & Daniel’s engagement portraits and then their October 2015 wedding. Along with Daniel’s son Henry now there are four of them, since adding their favorite new palindrome Hannah. The couple […]

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Matthew’s one year birthday and family portrait session | Wilkesboro NC child and family photographers

There is love and there’s love and then there’s the Minick family. You can say the name Minick and my heart fills up. We have the best history with this family and our love for them runs deep. We’ve photographed just about every milestone of their adult lives. On May 17th, Matthew (“Matt Matt”) celebrated […]

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Outdoor Photo Shoots – It’s About Location

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In my recent blog about summer photos, I mentioned that you don’t have to be getting married to plan a photo session with us during this gorgeous time of year. Although….. look at these two below. Pretty fab standing in the Church of Mother Nature. Potential outdoor shots are practically everywhere. The Blue Ridge Parkway, […]

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Love Your Mama! | Celebrating Motherhood

No matter what it looks like, motherhood is profound. Mothers declare – with this first amazing act of carrying a child and then giving birth to it – that they will forever share their food, put their immediate needs aside, hold their child’s head above the rising water, look for sacred lost things, and provide comfort, perspective, structure, laughter, physical […]

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