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May Cover Family: Cinco Spirit Magazine

Every month I photograph the cover family for the The Cinco Spirit. These cover families have been pre-selected by members of the HOA. AView full post »

Taking it One Step at a Time

When you move to a new city, life can be overwhelming. And often it takes a small but impactful gesture from a kind person to make youView full post »

Sneak Peek: Herrera Family

After several days of rain and dreary grey skies, the sun and the blue sky came back just in time for this gorgeous evening session twoView full post »

The Cinco Spirit January Family

So, January is my catch-up month. The fall/winter season is so busy, both professionally with sessions and personally with holiday eventsView full post »

Cinco Ranch Spirit Magazine: Stewart Family

Photographing for the Cinco Ranch Magazine is such a treat for me! I get to meet new people like the Stewart Family and discover a new areaView full post »

Four Tips for a Successful Fall Family Photo Session

Maureen’s Four Tips for a Successful Fall Family Photo Session 1) Lighting! Make sure you photographer has a good grasp on lightingView full post »

The Best Kept Secret

So this family is adorable (seriously, wait to you see the images). But the cutest part of this session that I didn’t know thenView full post »

Happy, happy Austin family!

I am so excited to be finally blogging about this wonderful family. I photographed this crew the day before movers came and packedView full post »

You are my sunshine…

Oh man, the FIRST birthday – what a monumental occasion! Even though it is the baby’s birthday, these celebrations are really for momView full post »

Maternity Love

The month of February isn’t know for its gorgeous sunny days, but we lucked out with this session. I met Danielle through her mom whoView full post »

Generation Documentation

When was the last time you had portraits taken with your parents? Or grandparents? You were likely in a white dress or a tux.View full post »