2011? Wow!

Considering my most recent post was in 2011, I guess it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. Whoops! I’ll be updating the website soon. Expect to see a few new posts soon:)

Here’s a “new” photo to tide you over:

Ryan and Amanda plus two

I met Ryan and Amanda and their two boys at Hesperia Lake yesterday for their family photo session. Let me begin by saying how amazingly cute their two boys are. They were pretty much perfect the entire time we were together. We started the session with a bag full of bread and hungry ducks that stormed toward us. After about 5 minutes, the bread was gone, some of the ducks were full lol, and we were ready to take some photos of their family. Of course I took a few photos of them feeding the ducks too:). Here are a few photos from their beautiful family.

Congrats Whitney!!!

A super huge CONGRATS goes out to my friend Whitney. First, she contacted me a few weeks ago about scheduling a portrait photo session as an early present to herself for graduating college. She doesn’t graduate until December, but I’m sure she’ll finish what she needs with the grades required. Second, she’s expecting! Whitney is about 6 months along and extremely excited to be a mother. Perfect timing too, because she isn’t due until after she graduates:)Here are a few photos from our session this morning in Apple Valley, CA.

Colin – 7 months old – Hesperia Family Photographer

I met with the Brandon and Amanda about two weeks ago to take photos of the two of them and their son Colin. We had such a great time at the park with nearly perfect weather. Even though we took photos in the afternoon in Hesperia (if you’ve ever spent time in the Victor Valley, you know why that’s a big deal), the wind cooperated and wasn’t horrible. Here are a few photos from their family session.

Victor Valley College Nurses Pinning Ceremony – Victorville, CA

One of my close friends, Robin, asked me to come to her nurses pinning ceremony (graduation) at Victor Valley College last month. Here are a few photos from the ceremony.