One of my favorite places to shoot here is Austin is at Mt. Bonnell. With stunning views of the lake, it’s hands down one of the best spots in town to watch the sun rise or set.
I typically hold family sessions that involve very young children at the family home, but in the case of the Henly family, who at the time of our session were two days away from moving to Nashville, TN, this was not an option! This session pulled double duty as their first session as a new family and a farewell to Austin and I think this venue was more than fitting.
If you’re reading this post, you’re awesome. But you already knew that. Let me gush on you for a minute anyways.
You’re someone who values quality and old fashion hard work, not just the deal of the week from someone you’ll never see again. You don’t just invest in great photography because you know that not all photographers are created equal, you invest in people and their time and talent. Without you, I couldn’t do what I do and what I do 100% supports my family. So really, you’re investing in them too, and that’s really awesome. So, I thank you. We thank you. Truly.
So allow me to put my money where my mouth is and extend an offer. For every referral that books a session- any session, at full price, I will give you a $100 print credit at your next session.
Have fun with it! Share your session images on social media, tag your friends who are looking for a photographer, spread the love! And make sure they give you a shout out when they book so I know who to thank.
This offer is good forever, like my love for you.
This session was just as sweet as the name Rosie for a little girl. I love all the girly details in her room, right down to her fluffy cat, Sasha!
Here are some of my favorites from my recent newborn session with the beautiful Carroll family and their daughter Rosie, just 3 weeks young.
I was recently invited by the *fine* men at St Elmo Brewing Company to capture them brewing their latest recipe, a saison, and to take some portraits. Coming soon, these dudes are gonna be bringing their delicious beer, staggering good looks (no bias here, folks) and charming ways to South Austin. Proud to say I knew them when.