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I always enjoy visiting a clients home to see my work proudly hung on their walls. I was especially excited to see the cluster of canvases this family had selected to display in their family room.

I had worked with them to create a layout that fitted the space well and had initially come up with six different layouts for them to choose from. With the aid of Photoshop, along with a photograph taken by my clients of the space and the dimensions of the wall we were able to create visuals of how the canvases would look in place on the wall.

Here are a couple of examples.

In the end layout #6 won and looks fabulous. Thank you so much for allowing me back to photograph it.

I first met D when she became a BIG sister back in May last year. I have had the pleasure of capturing several family events since then and have enjoyed getting to spend time with D and M. When I was greeted with a huge “tummy hug” I knew we were in for a fun morning together. Little Miss D was just back from “the spa” where she had her hair beautifully styled for the shoot. She looked adorable. Little Mr M is growing up so fast and is also now very fast on his feet. He did not want to stay in one place for more than 10 seconds. Looking forward to spending time with the family again soon.

I just received a beautiful Thank You card in the mail. What perfect timing as we approach Thanksgiving. I am so thankful to clients and friends who take the time to put in writing just what my photographs mean to them. A dear friend of mine had to say goodbye to her four legged friend, Scout last month. It was tough for the whole family, but most of all for Katie. I had a small collection of images I had taken of Scout last Spring and was thrilled to be able to share them with Katie and her family. At this time of great sadness the memories helped them mend just a little.

Here is what the note said “It was so very thoughtful of you to print those amazing photographs of Scout for me. We have the beautifully mounted one on the mantle – it really helps me to have that in the living room with us! I need to do a Scout scrapbook and I really have no lovely photographs of her calm, lovely old age. Most are her young and extremely silly. the graceful, peaceful old dog is now captured for me – so important! Again your kindness and artistry are much appreciated!”

I cried when I read that for the first time. Scout was such a sweetheart and such a character too. She is missed by so many.

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