Tuesday, September 29, 2009

tis the season! (for family portraits)

yes, 'tis the season...maybe snow is not falling yet but the phone has been ringing for family portraits in time for christmas.
i am happy to announce a never-before-sale on any portrait sessions (family, couples, kids etc.) booked within the months of Oct and Nov. receive 20% off of any of our portrait session options.
also, the first month that your proofs are posted online you also receive a 25% off sale on any enlargements ordered! - how's that for christmas gifts!

if you're looking for something different, something outside the boring box, and you want to put some serious art on your families walls...contact me now as dates are already filling up.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

wedding featured

check it out, alex and leon's wedding just got featured on the fabulous snippet and ink!
many thanks kathryn!

(sneak peek)

Friday, September 18, 2009

time off with the wild things

it has come time again to make mischief with the wild things in the land of lake powell. i will be out of town and with very limited access to phone and email the week of sept 20-25th.
...i'll be sailing back home soon...

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

the utah state fair 09

anyone up for doing a portrait session at the local state fair?
i only have the next 3 days open (16-18th) if you want to make it happen.
this place is dripping with character.

Friday, September 11, 2009

a different perspective, a new peace

"...I found the pictures of the falling body. I ripped the pages out of the book. I reversed the order, so the last one was first, and the first was last. When I flipped through them, it looked like the man was floating up through the sky." - Jonathan Safran Foer, author of Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close.
it is my hope and prayer we never see such tragedy again. may god bless our country.

Friday, September 4, 2009

a day with the girls...shot on 8mm.

running away from the norm, running backwards and grasping what shouldn't be forgotten, holding on to timeless beauty and nestling into nostalgia...i have recently added an 8mm camera as part of my photo-artillery.  
(bare with me as i don't know how to add a youtube video on my blog, but by clicking on the link above it will take you to the video shown on youtube...and any "know hows" of posting videos to blog would be great.)

this particular film was shot in one day. all filmed in sequence, and is uncut. holding true to the purity of that lovely stuff called...film.