Category Archives: Studio

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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5 Years of the Pixels Studio | A Tale of 3 Places (and dozens of stories)

This is where it all began. Not our business certainly, but the journey of the Pixels studio and the place we lay our heads each night. This place has three stories, if you will. One of them is ours. This home is our shelter and houses our personal lives and our day-to-day, holds many memories, celebrations and even more sweet, albeit mundane […]

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A Half Birthday Portrait Session | Sweet Sawyer Dean

Traci Pierce has been standing over her second son Sawyer and apparently holidng a watering can. He’s growing fast and now at 6 month’s, he has a face that’s moving from baby to boy.  Traci wanted Sawyer’s 6 month photos to be the same as his older brother Holden’s. White cotton, simple and classic. It’s pure and sweet and I love […]

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Newborn Tucker’s First Portraits | Courage, Strength & Heart

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” -Lao Tzu Mom Shanna had the courage to endure weeks of bed rest, 6 weeks in the hospital, including being inverted to prevent going into early labor and all after losing one of the twins she was carrying in the […]

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Family portraits ~ 3 generations sustaining each other

When the late poet (and part-time North Carolinian) Maya Angelou said, “I sustain myself with the love of family,” she was speaking for pretty much all of us. There are exceptions of course, but even when you run away like another NC native, Asheville author Thomas Wolfe, you find that your dreams are always tied to home […]

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