Tag Archives: Pixels On Paper

Truly Giving Thanks

This time last year feels like an entire lifetime ago. I said in our blog about our new son Finley that I’ve been amazed at how much someone can do on so little sleep. Well, I’m also blown away by how much we packed into this last year. We’ve been blessed with an embarrassment of […]

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Christmas/Holiday Portrait Sessions : Don’t Forget to Book

If you haven’t already booked and are considering it, I’m hoping you’ll schedule your family’s holiday portrait session with us. This year, we are offering two options from which to choose. The first are the in-home documentary sessions just as we did last year. We shot several of these and we, and they, LOVED the […]

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Graphic Design work for Colt’s Hearts of Comfort | Pixels On Paper designs brochures and notecards

colts heart tri fold brochure card design by graphic artists pixels on paper

  This project was a personal one and we felt so privileged to be included in the promotion of Colt’s Hearts of Comfort. Parents Shana Greene Williams is a life-long family friend of mine and when she and her husband Thomas lost their son Colt at 38 1/2 weeks, only a few days before his birth, […]

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Our September Wedding Anniversaries ~ Congrats to All

September is a popular month for weddings and what better way to say Happy Anniversary to these couples than with popular movielines about love. We toast each of these couples on their years together already and the many years to come. Salute! “In my opinion, the best thing you can do is find someone who […]

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Late Summer | Photos of an Outdoor Southern Wedding

Engaged couples everywhere: If you’re planning a wedding for summer of 2018 (or spring or fall, for that matter), take note. This couple did it well, or as we say in the south – did it right! Alex Sohl and Dan Goldman brought family from all over North Carolina and Kentucky to their outdoor wedding […]

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