Saturday, November 19, 2011

bonnie and fam





I had a blast getting to take pictures of one of my co-workers and her family.  Their daughter is so sweet and had no problem being a model for me!  They were such a fun couple, which I think shows in their pictures.  Hope you love them!

Saturday, November 12, 2011

kristen and jaren





I work with this lovely lady and it was so fun to get to meet her sweet son Jaren.  Ms Kristen is working full time, as well as being a terrific mommy, AND working on her masters degree!!  Talk about having your hands full.  Hope you love the pics!

Saturday, November 5, 2011

wedding bells are ringing

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Sorry for the picture overload, but when you have this much fun and love and gorgeousness to photograph, it’s hard to pick and choose!!

Saturday, October 15, 2011


I had the chance to photograph this beautiful little girl.  She was so cute all decked out in her Christmas dress!!  What a sweet little angel!




Saturday, October 8, 2011

The jones girls!

I was so excited to get to take pictures of these lovely young ladies!  I went to high school with their mom and dad, and they have raised some amazing young women!  I hope you love these as much as I loved spending time with yall!!




Wednesday, October 5, 2011

baby blues?

Not likely for me!  I’ve been up to my eyeballs in the sweetest, cuddliest babes!  I’m doing newborn photography and LOVING it!!  Check out some of my favorites!  These are from different photo shoots, but I just love all of them!






Wednesday, July 13, 2011

A Plea for Help

Every summer, for the past 60 years, my family has gone to a church camp in the mountains of west Texas, near a tiny, picturesque town of Fort Davis. This spring, on April 9th a spark from an abandoned shed started a fire that burned over 300,000 acres and actively burned for almost 2 months. To put the acres into perspective, this is 641 square miles. I live in Dallas, which is 385 square miles, so almost twice the size of one of the largest metroplexes in the nation. This has been called the largest wildfire in the state of Texas. 23 homes were burned to the ground. The fire moved over 60,000 acres in less than 2 days, so many families did not have the luxury of getting their belongings. Thankfully, no lives were lost. We’ve all had the thought of what would we grab in case of a fire, and for most people it is pictures. These families were not able to do this. I wanted to help and had been unable to find a way. It’s a 10 hour drive and even if I could make it out there, I could not physically fight a fire. I could send money but I just wanted to do more. So, I decided what I could do is help with pictures. I can not replace precious memories that are now in ash. But I can help create new ones to represent a new beginning. So, the first week of August I am going to Fort Davis and have offered to take family portraits for the victims. I hope, if I can raise enough, to give each family a disk of all the pictures, some prints, and would love to be able to even frame some pictures. If you would like to help, it would be greatly appreciated. I have set up a pay pal account on my photography website, and would appreciate any donations. Thank you so much for your time and generosity.

~ Amber