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Every year I do Santa Mini Sessions. It is a labor of love. Every year I say it’s the last. And then every year I can’t wait to start planning for the next one. Really loved our new location, Kelsey Park. Located in Lake Park, my hometown, I think we might just have found the […]

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So happy to share this special (well, they’re all special!) newborn portrait session today. Woke up to an email from Joe. Him and his wife, Ciara, were in south Florida to adopt their newborn baby girl, Lyla. They realized that none of their families would see Lyla at this very precious stage as the Florida […]

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Well, I cannot lie. Another fabulous year of Santa Mini-Sessions under the belt. That being said, of course it did not go off without a hitch. You know…Santa went to the wrong park, the tide came in faster than we expected, the sun was temperamental, I had no internet service when it was time to […]

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The trees have been tossed curbside, the diets have begun and we are well into our way of 2015. It’s time to share the awesomest Santa Mini-Sessions from December. I love getting holiday cards with images on them that I took   This year my dear friend and designer, Stacy, outdid herself with the vintage […]

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I am a dog person. And a cat person. Scratch that…I am an animal person I do volunteer photography for Big Dog Ranch Rescue. I love this place. They are a no-kill shelter located in Wellington. It is where we got Gemma. Anyway, every year I photograph the mascot for the Ranch. I just wanted […]

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January is almost over and I am finally posting about my Santa Mini-Sessions! Well, I do have to wait a bit so as not to spoil anyone’s Christmas card surprises. Anyway, for the third year in a row, Stacy outdid herself with some adorable styling. As you’ll notice, this year had a tropical Florida-esque theme. […]

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