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Keith + Ally | Orlando, Florida

I absolutely LOVED being a part of Ally and Keith's big day! So perfectly matched for each other and some of the nicest people you will ever meet! The details were gorgeous and the venues were perfect locations to capture the beauty of their big day. I am so happy that their furbaby was able to be part of their big day too, what a cutie!

Lindsey | Class of 2018 | Winter Park, FL

Loved kicking off this season of senior photos with this pretty girl right here! Wildflowers and wheat-like fields made for the perfect setting. Class of 2018, you're next!

Matthew + Elizabeth | Engaged | Celebration, Florida

These two are the sweetest! I love when posing isn't required because they just cuddle up and smile naturally. I am so excited to capture these two's sweet moments at their wedding day THIS November!

Finley turns 2 | kid session | Cocoa Beach, Florida

This little beach bum is getting close to hitting his 2nd birthday and what better way to celebrate then with a little surf and sun?! With a surfer dude birthday party coming up we decided to do a little beach session for his 2 year photos and I love how they turned out! Soft beach colors, fun Hawaiian style and some big grins were the perfect combo!

 

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Baby Adelina | in-studio session | Winter Garden

So how often do you find yourself just staring at your child as they sleep? Even when they don’t look as nestled and cozy as little Adelina here. (Most of the time I find my son half out of his bed with a drop of drool ready to hit the ground, yet, I still stare at that cute face). I know we have all done this as new parents when we bring home that new baby and are still in shock that they are ours. I can bet we continually will catch ourselves doing it throughout our kids’ years too.  If you don’t have kids I realize this sounds kind of creepy. I promise you we are not lurking in the shadows listening to them breath with a crazy look in our eye. (I mean, at least not ALL of us are doing that). It’s just that when they fall asleep so peacefully it’s hard sometimes not to stare at those sweet faces and be thankful for the gift we have been given in them. Yes, sometimes it is done in joy of their quietness after hours of screaming or out of fear that if you take one step the floor will creak and they will wake up, but, mostly it is in thankfulness for their little selves

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