Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Will, Delilah, and Siena at the Fair

OK, I know the fair has come and gone....well, this post is a little late. I did this family session a couple months ago right before my computer crashed (again) and I'm just now getting it up. This was the first session I've done at the fair and it was actually quite a lot of fun. (Corn dogs and funnel cake never hurt!) Will, Delilah, and Siena have graced the blog a few times in the past and Siena is really growing up and getting more and more beautiful.

Will does NOT like roller coasters and boarded this one thinking it was going to slowly piddle around the track....was he wrong! It was pretty entertaining for everyone watching. I'm sure he's cursing someone's name in this photo.

Delilah is a photographer herself and consequently, she doesn't have many photos of herself so I tried to get some of her. She's pretty photogenic too even though she swears she's not....

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Pictures of Then @ UD

This past summer, my friends Toni, Maribel (both of whom you've probably seen on the blog before) and I met the band Pictures of Then in Nebraska. We didn't get to hear them play in concert, but we did have a lot of fun jamming out with them, and they agreed to let us know when they'd play a show in Dallas.
This past Monday, they played a small last-minute gig at our alma mater, University of Dallas and we went. It was a great acoustic show and it was cool for us to see them perform live. These are some of the photos I took that night. I highly recommend you look them up on itunes and download some of their music! I especially like 7th Street and Nowhere Is Somewhere.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Mark & Anne Tie the Knot

This past weekend I traveled to St. Louis to photograph the wedding of my friend Anne and her new husband Mark. (If you've been a follower of this blog for awhile, you may remember seeing Anne from some of my pictures from Rome last year). Mark and Anne met at Mark's brother's wedding last year and the rest, as they say, is history. It was a beautiful wedding at a beautiful church. The Collegium Cantorum was there to sing as well, and although I missed singing with them, it was nice to listen for once!