With their daughter’s first birthday right around the corner, I met this sweet little family to capture some fun images of them together. As a mother of two myself, I certainly have a special place in my heart for one-year-old’s and birthday celebrations!! The shoot of course wasn’t complete with out a cake to mash those precious little hands into. I think it’s safe to say she enjoyed it ;). Happy birthday little lady!
There is a long standing tradition in Texas to have your family photos done while our state flower, the bluebonnet, is in full bloom. They blanket hillsides for miles around, and you’ll often see cars pulled over in the best spots getting those precious snaps. Ironically, a little-known fun fact is that rattle snakes also love bluebonnets! Thankfully we didn’t encounter any on our recent mid-day shoot just outside our south austin neighborhood. 😉
I met up with my dear friend and talented baker Angela Cruz last weekend for a little baking extravaganza! Her cookie designs via her business A Cup of Sugar have been delighting eyes and tastebuds in Austin for several years now. Made with a cup sugar and a lot of love, here are some shots from our cookie magic-in-the-making photoshoot!
Last weekend our family joined another clickin’ mom and her daughter to explore the seemingly magical Sekrit Theater in East Austin. This little venue is a photographer’s dream! Many little nooks and crannies to explore and catch some wonderfully playful moments. Here are some of my favorites from our shoot, which included some fun headshots for my husband who is also the talented DJ Paco De La Familia!
I met up with Vanessa of Aurora’s Blush handmade jewelry and the lovely model Grace Gloria on Austin’s funky South Congress strip last weekend. We were there to shoot Vanessa’a new line of hand engraved jewelry. Her bohemian and elegant pieces worked perfectly against the gritty and colorful background of South Congress, and Grace donned them beautifully. Here are some highlights from our shoot!
…And we can’t forget the beautiful designer!
My sister had at the great idea to do a photoshoot with the cousins as a gift for the grandparents. We had to meet mid-day, so we needed somewhere with lots of shade to create even light. My husband suggested the newly redeveloped Buda Mill & Grain. Some landowners that he knows through his work at Hill Country Conservancy played a big part in helping to restore this historic location. It created an interesting backdrop, and the kids had a blast with the balls, hats, and glitter!