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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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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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Sweet newborn portraits | Sawyer surfs in

Wilkesboro, Boone, Blowing Rock, NC Newborn Photographers Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

“I meant to behave, but there were too many other options.” – Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain And it looks like he explored every single one of them before crashing. The Pierce’s have a knack for naming baby boys, especially if you’re a book lover. Their first son, Holden, brought to mind J.D. Salinger’s hero from The […]

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one year in the life of a one year old girl – 1st birthday lemonade stand (and the vendor is a diva…)

Ivy Myers 12 months child and family portrait photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

It started here. She hit the planet in a cute bomb. We added the feathered head band and props, but she brought the pout, the languid body language, the laser-focused eyes and bored expression. Someone 20 times her age could never have pulled off that look without some coaching. Miss Ivy would have shaken it out of […]

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Pablo Neruda writes poems about the sea ~ Rayne Hatfield washes gently into this world, with style

Newborn Photography by Pixels On Paper Portrait Photography photo

Ocean, if you were to give, a measure, a ferment, a fruit of your gifts and destructions, into my hand, I would choose your far-off repose, your contour of steel, your vigilant spaces of air and darkness, and the power of your white tongue, that shatters and overthrows columns, breaking them down to your proper purity. – from […]

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