Sunday, December 14, 2008

Clinic 45 Christmas Party

The night rocked out at the Clinic 45 Christmas Party. Host Dr. Sleiman really knows how to throw a party. The fabulous food was catered by Houston Chef Bruce Molzan of the famous Ruggles Grill And the Brotherhood band brought the house down with their 7 piece Jazz band.

I always say I love my job and it's parties like this that make it all that more fun... here is a peak of last nights party.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Have you ever met someone and felt like they were just meant to be in your life... these two adorable children I have know since the oldest was just two and the youngest was about to be born. Their mom is one of those have to have in your life kind of people. Today I got to spend a double session with them and it was a total delight... the morning was shot indoors and the afternoon at a favorite spot in the neighborhood.

Here is a sneak peak of the fun we had today...

Thursday, December 4, 2008

This was a great shoot with a really fun family! Thanks S family for shairing a part of your day with me...

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Lake Houston Park

This family is just wonderful and it was so much fun to play hooky from school and go have fun in the park...

Monday, December 1, 2008

I am really behind on my post because I have been busy... this is a great thing. I want to send out a sincere thank you to all the families I have been photographing. I has been an absolute pleasure working with each of you... here a sneak peak of some of my favorite shots....

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The H Family

The H family are new to the area and live just around the corner from us... this is a fabulous family and Texas is lucky to have them....

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Children Children Children

I had the opportunity to photograph a group of children and here are some of the adorable children...

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Fly Fishing In Colorado

We had the privilage to go with our friends to Colorado on vacation - it is a beautiful state! Our friend is a Fly Fisherman and had just gotten back from a trip in Idah. He asked if I would be willing to take some photos of him doing something he loves - it was a blast shooting him and learning a bit about the sport of fly fishing. The water was really cold, but this was a blast to shoot. Thanks for asking C.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

I love my job

A couple of years ago I took a workshop call Art of the Soul - I was interested in reigniting my creativity and good friend of mine was facilitating it so I paid up and attended 12 weeks that changed my life.

In the summer of 1979 my mother gave me my fist 35mm camera. It was a Minolta and I carried that thing with me everywhere. My favorite places to shoot was concerts. So I now have a great collection of vintage photos from Queen, The Who, Bruce Springsteen, The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, ZZ Top, Ozzy Osbourne, and many others. I minored in photographer in college although college was short lived my live for photos was not.

I got busy with life - starting a training and consulting business - and while I still carried a camera with me most places my passion for photography took a back seat to my "real life."

Then the invention of point and shoots and eventually the digital age... the evolution of a business I don't think has ever been so profound at what has happen and is happening in the profession of photography.

In the Art of the Soul Workshop I rediscovered my passion for photography and figured out that I had a bit of talent with the camera in my hand. I love macro photography - getting in really close and capturing things you normal don't see. I coined it "second look photo art" as you have to take a second look to know what it is. I play around with this for a couple of years and then in April of this year, as life has it I was blessed with the opportunity to go fill time into photography as a professional.

Most professional photographers have a blog of their photos and so I am going to use this forum to post some of my favorites and keep you posted on where I am with the bus... you can also check out my website at