Bluebonnet Mini Sessions

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Bluebonnets are Texas’s crowning glory. For the past ten years I have been delighted to photograph Texas families amidst this beautiful classic Texas backdrop of bluebonnets, and I can’t wait to do it again this year! My bluebonnet mini sessions are 25 minutes long and you get 20 digital images for $200. The location will be in Irving. A $25 booking fee, which will go towards the cost of the session is required to hold your spot (the fee will be applied to the total cost of your session. Once you sign up, I will contact you with information on how to pay this).

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April 6th Bluebonnet Mini Sessions - Evening - Irving

Date: April 6, 2024

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What Available Spots
6:00 pm - 6:25 pm #1: Tina P.
6:30 pm - 6:55 pm #1: Eva K.
7:00 pm - 7:25 pm #1: Sharon W.

Fall 2022 Mini Sessions

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It’s time to book your fall mini session! This year, I will be opening three dates for mini sessions at three of my favorite photo locations:

October 15th – Saturday morning – Grapevine Heritage Park

November 12th – Saturday morning – Centennial Park, Irving

Novemb13 19th – Saturday afternoon – Oak Lawn Park, Dallas

Sessions are 25 minutes & 15 images for $150 (tax included in price). As always, you will receive the beautifully edited digital images via an online gallery with print rights.

To hold your spot, a booking fee of $25 due at time of booking, which will go towards the total cost of the session and is non-refundable if you cancel within one week of the mini session date.

Sign up below! Spots are limited!

April 6th Bluebonnet Mini Sessions - Evening - Irving

Date: April 6, 2024

Sign up below...

What Available Spots
6:00 pm - 6:25 pm #1: Tina P.
6:30 pm - 6:55 pm #1: Eva K.
7:00 pm - 7:25 pm #1: Sharon W.

Riyanna and Joe’s Wedding

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I was so glad to photograph Joe and Riyanna’s wedding! When two wonderful, joyful people who are absolutely in love bring their families and friends together to witness and celebrate their commitment to each other, you can bet it’s going to be an amazing day! Congratulations, you two!

Julia’s Baptism

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I had the honor of photographing the Baptism of a sweet baby girl at St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Fort Worth last weekend. Julia is the second daughter of Susannah and Anthony. She is about a month old, and like her older sister, Alicia, she is very petite.



Susannah, aka the Ever So Crafty Mom , is a woman of many talents: blogging, baking, sewing, decorating, and all-around master of anything crafty. In fact, guess who made Julia’s beautiful christening gown? Anthony is light-hearted and kind. With two wonderful little girls in tote, these two look like they could not be happier. What a beautiful family!


I was struck by the beauty and symbolism of the Latin Rite Baptism. It starts outside the church doors, symbolizing that the baby has not yet entered the Church. The entire rite is full of such beautiful, effacacious symbolism: laying on of the hands, the imposition of blessed salt, the anointing with chrism, and of course the pouring of the water.








What a joyous occasion! Anthony’s family came to witness and celebrate, and I got to snap a picture of the whole bunch! juliakbaptism-

Congratulations to Julia and here blessed family!


Family, Easter, Bluebonnets Galore!

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My blog has become overgrown with bluebonnets, and I am loving it! This time of year is amazing! It’s as if Texas knows it’s Eastertide, and decorates accordingly!

You may remember this family from a previous post. This time, I got to take some fresh and fun Easter pictures. Their bright personalities perfectly complemented the vibrant flower field.


These kids are too cute!

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Gotta love it when they cut loose in front of the camera! 🙂


Since I last photographed this awesome family, I have started following Taylor Marshall’s blog. Great stuff!