A busy fall.

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One of my many seasonal family photo sessions in Greenville, SC.

Things have been a little busy here lately. But that is to be expected. It’s that time of year, isn’t it? The world is buzzing with energy. Everyone seems to be gathering and working towards something bigger. The looming threat of January hibernation is on the horizon. But for now, everyone has a “Let’s do this thing” energy about them.

That energy seems to be transferred to everything. Friends and strangers are calling now, looking for some fun little family sessions. Businesses are buzzing, winding up their year with marketing materials and end-of-year mailers for their last fundraising push. In the past month, I have photographed almost 50 families (over half of those shoots were a donation to my son’s school) about 75 portraits for the students at the Cooper School, a wedding, a newborn baby, a Farm to Table dinner (photos to come), a few parks and gardens, a couple of bankers and a partridge in a pear tree. Okay…maybe not the partridge. But definitely the bankers. And I loved every second

A few weeks ago, I made the yearly trek up to Greenville to photograph my annual Fall minisessions. The beautiful, blue-eyed Butchkos are not only repeat clients, they are some of my very best friends in the world. They graciously supported me this year by opting for their minisession to take place at their home. Since Dad loves his cars, we worked that into the shoot. Lucky me!  Who knew they would look like the stepped out of the pages of a Ralph Lauren ad?

I am continuously grateful to all my friends, family and silent supporters out there. I couldn’t follow this dream without all this support. So thank you to all of you…Families. Friends. Businesses. Butchkos. Even you silent supporters… I couldn’t do it without your love and support.

So thanks for believing in me.

With gratitude and love.





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