recent blog posts


Edmund- Portraits of a Southern Gentleman

“Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.” ~Rachel Zoe Edmund is the son of a good friend of mine.  I was fortunate enough to take some portraits of his gorgeous sister Anna Beavon a couple of years ago and then get him in front of the camera here recently! […]


Devon & Gracie- NC Equine Photographer

“Riding is a partnership.  The horse lends you his strength, speed and grace, which are greater than yours.  For your part, you give him guidance, intelligence and understanding which are greater than his. Together you can achieve a richness that neither can alone.” ~Lucy Rees Meet my next equine portrait participants, Devon & Gracie.  They […]


Amanda & Zeus- A City Park Pet Session

“They motivate us to play, be affectionate, seek adventure and be loyal.” ~Tom Hayden In a way, I feel like I have always understood animal/human relationships.  My love for animals started way before I actually owned one.  When I was actually responsible and old enough to own a pet, I began to understand another aspect […]


Amy & Milo- NC Equine Photographer

“Horses and life, it’s all the same to me.” ~Buck Brannaman One of the things I loved most about Amy’s equine photo session was that I was working with someone I knew on a personal level!  We both ride out at the same (awesome) barn- Cedar Rock Farm.  Since I started riding out there we […]


Allyson- All Natural Senior Photos

 “In the pause between notes and pages, and words and breaths, between thought and voice and action and reaction, in the momentary stillness, the pace that exists, between before and after, there is possibility, a myriad of paths that can be taken, a dozen different versions on you.”  ~Author Unknown Allyson’s senior photo session was […]


Rebecca & Dante- NC Equine Photographer

“Give a horse what he needs and he will give you his heart in return” ~Author Unknown I remember when Rebecca and I first started communicating.  It didn’t take me long to figure out just how much her horse Dante meant to her.  She described him as a “diamond in the rough” and as “a […]