Aside from Karah's name being so awesome it's almost the same as mine, this girl is completely hands-down amazing. Unfortunately, she lied- as in "I look horrible in pictures" lied. This here, dear girl, is proof that not only do you not look horrible in pictures, you're a rock star. When her mother approached me about photographing Karah, I instantly knew what feel I wanted the session to have. She sings in both the youth and adult praise teams and will make you cry with just about any song that comes out of her. Special girl = special session. Luckily I found Woods Chapel here in Arlington and they were so kind to let us hang out at their historic building. We ended at Oliver Park in Mansfield. Most of this session focuses on Karah's heart for God, but I had to sneak in one or two of her love for life (i.e. running through a field)- and I couldn't have imagined things going any better. Karah will be attending DBU next year and I can't wait to see how she grows in Christ. Thanks guys for letting me capture this small part of her journey. It was truly a blessing.
Well my friends, Dainty Dahlias has done it again. This time for a special little girl turning 2. Every detail was outlined, every cookie iced, and every crisis averted, and this giggly girl had a great day. Here's some of the delicious details of the event and so many of them are pinterest worthy, be sure to check out the boards! Great job, ladies- and Happy Birthday sweet Scarlet!
I got to hang out with Jacob for his senior portrait session last weekend at Trinity Park, Van Zandt Cottage, AND the Post Office in downtown Fort Worth. He's a pretty cool guy, and that's not just because he'll be attending the University of Texas at Arlington this fall (Go Mavs!). While Mom and I are all for this kids handsome smile, I'm a sucker for a good 'serious face' and Jacob figured out my shooting pattern real quick and got in a groove. Made me one happy photographer. Thanks for spending your Saturday morning with me guys, I know those beds were hard to leave- but I'm glad you did! Congrats Jacob!