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House of Koop

March 1st, 2011

What is the House of Koop? The House of Koop started when Val and Wayne fell in love and married. Two beautiful children were added to the House of Koop. In the midst of all of this love, Wayne was fighting the ultimate battle…..cancer. The House of Koop is an auction started by Matilda Jane [...]


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What is the House of Koop?

The House of Koop started when Val and Wayne fell in love and married. Two beautiful children were added to the House of Koop. In the midst of all of this love, Wayne was fighting the ultimate battle…..cancer. The House of Koop is an auction started by Matilda Jane Clothing and Val’s friends to honor Wayne and help Val and her children in whatever way they could as they mourn the loss of their husband/father.  Val is a fellow Photographer and you can follow their courageous journey here.

I have donated a $150 Gift Certificate to the House of Koop online auction! Please make your way over to the auction and bid on some of the wonderful items listed!

Peace be with the Koop Family.

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Sisters

December 15th, 2010

Introducing Miss P and Miss A…… two beautiful sisters.  Miss A is the perfect little baby girl while Miss P is an awesome Big Sister. Miss P swears she is going to “walk down the aisle” with my youngest son when they grow up.  Watching them grow up together has been priceless… from the Barbie [...]


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Introducing Miss P and Miss A…… two beautiful sisters.  Miss A is the perfect little baby girl while Miss P is an awesome Big Sister.

Miss P swears she is going to “walk down the aisle” with my youngest son when they grow up.  Watching them grow up together has been priceless… from the Barbie Corvette rides around the neighborhood with his arm around her… to Miss P protecting him on the soccer field (not to mention her trying to hug him and hold his hand while playing soccer)… to sleepovers… PRICELESS!!  Miss P can brighten your day just by flashing you her sweet, yet mischievous smile!

Miss A is a true miracle baby who beat the odds, but gave her mom a rough time along the way.  She is so squishy and cuddly that it is hard to put her down.  I don’t know that I have ever met a happier baby!

She has the prettiest eyes!

I have been blessed to watch Miss P grow up and can’t wait to watch Miss A do the same!  Congrats Mom and Dad for 2 beautiful little girls!

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Engaged!

December 7th, 2010

I had the pleasure of meeting with Cy and Jennifer while they were home for Thanksgiving to do their engagement pictures.  They are a very fun couple who were willing to trudge through brush and trails to get to just the right spot to take the pictures.  As it turns out, Cy knew the area [...]


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I had the pleasure of meeting with Cy and Jennifer while they were home for Thanksgiving to do their engagement pictures.  They are a very fun couple who were willing to trudge through brush and trails to get to just the right spot to take the pictures.  As it turns out, Cy knew the area better than I did because he used to play there when he was younger.

After Cy’s entertaining stories about this popular part of the river, it was time to move on to another location.

*This is where I must insert a mental note for myself….no matter how much begging your boys do to go to the river and play while you shoot, Just Say No!!  At one point, while looking through the camera, I saw my youngest son’s shoe floating down the river….and then him splash in to get it.*

Ok, on to the next location!

Congratulations Jennifer and Cy!

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10.10.10 A Beautiful Day For A Wedding!

October 17th, 2010

I was lucky enough to spend a wonderful weekend with my cousin and his bride to celebrate their special weekend. The weather couldn’t have been better! The leaves were changing around the beautiful Lake setting in the Amish Country making a lovely background for pictures. Friends and family gathered over the weekend to share many [...]


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I was lucky enough to spend a wonderful weekend with my cousin and his bride to celebrate their special weekend. The weather couldn’t have been better! The leaves were changing around the beautiful Lake setting in the Amish Country making a lovely background for pictures. Friends and family gathered over the weekend to share many new memories and laughs. It was a great weekend!

See?! Absolutely stunning!!

This was a special day for more than the bride and groom….. 2 little girls became sisters and 2 little boys became brothers.  The smiles on their faces were priceless.

I had a blast shooting this wedding!  Thank you for letting me be a part of your special weekend.

Congratulations Dustin and Cheri!

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The Beach…oh how I miss thee!

September 29th, 2010

Now that the weather is getting cooler, I long for a trip to the beach.  The closest thing to a trip to the beach for me right now is a trip down memory lane from our trip this summer!  We were blessed with good weather, great food, drinks and conversation with awesome family and friends!  [...]


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Now that the weather is getting cooler, I long for a trip to the beach.  The closest thing to a trip to the beach for me right now is a trip down memory lane from our trip this summer!  We were blessed with good weather, great food, drinks and conversation with awesome family and friends!  I wish all of the days of summer could be that fun and relaxing.

There is nothing better than family walks on the beach…..

….. a Grandma walking with her Grandchildren….

…..treasured memories with those you love…..

…..and those special stolen moments that remind you what life is all about.

These faces tell a story, a story of the wonderful time they shared with family and friends along the ocean.  Fishing on the beach, crabbing, clamming, boating, dolphin sitings, building sandcastles, boogie boarding, skim boarding, shelling, kite flying, a birthday party for a special 10 year old, beach soccer games, and just plain old fun with family and friends are just some of the many memories that put the smiles on the faces!

This candid photo that I snapped as I was gathering all of my gear sums it all up.  A picture is worth a thousand words!  Life is Good!

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The Grove

September 13th, 2010

I met up with Nick a few weeks ago to get some shots of him before leaving for college.  He chose a location I am very familiar with, but had not shot at yet- Hayes Presidential Center. There are so many different locations to shoot on the grounds. Thank you for letting me capture your [...]


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I met up with Nick a few weeks ago to get some shots of him before leaving for college.  He chose a location I am very familiar with, but had not shot at yet- Hayes Presidential Center.

There are so many different locations to shoot on the grounds.

Thank you for letting me capture your smile, Nick!

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Welcome to the World Baby Boy!!!

July 27th, 2010

I have a new cousin who is cute as cute can be!  Baby D came into the World this weekend….a great Christmas in July present for his parents!  Mom and Dad are just full of smiles!  Baby D was less than 24 hours old for his first mini photo shoot. Isn’t he adorable?  I don’t [...]


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I have a new cousin who is cute as cute can be!  Baby D came into the World this weekend….a great Christmas in July present for his parents!  Mom and Dad are just full of smiles!  Baby D was less than 24 hours old for his first mini photo shoot.

Isn’t he adorable?  I don’t think Mom and Dad stopped smiling the whole time I was there.  Their faces were shining with that indescribable feeling of meeting your child for the first time.  I am so glad they were blessed with Baby D!

What is it about baby feet that make them so cute? I don’t know, but I am drawn to them.

The bond that Baby D shares with his parents is evident in the way that he gazes into their eyes as they gaze back.  He feels safe in their arms and knows they will protect him from anything that may be thrown his way.  I loved capturing this for Mom and Dad to treasure!

Baby D, when I look at you I think of a Dr. Seuss book titled “Oh! The Places You’ll Go”.  The first page reads “Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to great places! You’re off and away!”  Baby D, follow your dreams and know that you are loved by many people!

Mom and Dad- cherish the moments, the little fingers and toes, the first little smiles,  and yes, even the bonding you will share during those sleepless nights!  Baby D will grow up before you know it!  Congratulations!!

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MOMI on the Beach!

July 14th, 2010

What is MOMI you ask?  A wonderful Boutique for girls! Rachel is the Owner and awesome Designer. Miss A has been proudly sporting her MOMI outfits for over a year now and still loves them.  Recently, Rachel added matching dresses for mommies and daughters.  I decided to try them and I couldn’t be happier!  The [...]


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What is MOMI you ask?  A wonderful Boutique for girls! Rachel is the Owner and awesome Designer. Miss A has been proudly sporting her MOMI outfits for over a year now and still loves them.  Recently, Rachel added matching dresses for mommies and daughters.  I decided to try them and I couldn’t be happier!  The dresses are the softest, don’t wrinkle (even after being shoved in a travel bin for a week on vacation) and very flattering!  What do they look like?  Well, my wonderful Aunt took over my camera to get a few shots with me in front of the lens for once!  Thanks Kim!

I hope Rachel decides to add more Mommy dresses to MOMI Boutique! You can check out these dresses and many other beautiful dresses by Rachel at MOMI Boutique!  Now, I’m off to finish a few family sessions I took while on vacation!

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Smiles, Smiles, Smiles!

June 17th, 2010

I had a fun session with Mr. A and Miss K!  Mr. A loved being in front of the camera, just like last time.  The array of expressions he gave me was priceless.  He had me laughing the whole session! See I told you he was cracking me up! Now, on to Miss K….. she [...]


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I had a fun session with Mr. A and Miss K!  Mr. A loved being in front of the camera, just like last time.  The array of expressions he gave me was priceless.  He had me laughing the whole session!

See I told you he was cracking me up! Now, on to Miss K….. she was shy at first until I broke out the parasols.

They are the most loving siblings!

So loving that while I was shooting, Miss K just reached over and planted a smooch on her little brother!

Thank you for letting me capture these precious smiles!!

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St. Augustine

April 26th, 2010

On our way to Orlando, we stopped overnight in St. Augustine.  Oh, how I wish we could have stayed the whole week!  We took a horse drawn carriage ride through the old city soaking up the wealth of historical knowledge our guide was sharing with us.  At the end of the ride, my sons knew [...]


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On our way to Orlando, we stopped overnight in St. Augustine.  Oh, how I wish we could have stayed the whole week!  We took a horse drawn carriage ride through the old city soaking up the wealth of historical knowledge our guide was sharing with us.  At the end of the ride, my sons knew exactly where they wanted to start out their morning……the Fort!  they woke up bright and early so they could be the first ones in the Fort when it opened!

St. Augustine was first explored and claimed for Spain by Ponce de Leon.  The city was founded in 1565 and is the oldest continuously occupied European city in the United States.  In 1672, construction was started on the Castillo de San Marcos, more commonly known as “The Fort”.

The walls were made from coquina, which is millions of ancient shells that compressed together over the years to form a type of stone.  Coquina is an absorbent material, so when cannons were fired at the walls, damage was minimal.  You can see all of the tiny shells that make up the layers of coquina in this image.

During attacks, the entire population of St. Augustine would fill the Fort along with the soldiers and stay until it was safe again.  The boys may have missed a couple of days of school for this trip, but the hands on history lessons they learned were priceless.  They were able to go into the living quarters, chapel, artillery bunker, prisoners quarters, on the top wall and many other rooms.  I am so glad we decided to stop here!  The view from the very top of the Fort is absolutely beautiful!

After the Fort, we were off to take pictures of the wonderful architecture in the city.  All of the buildings were impressive, but the churches really caught my eye.  The first one we came to was Grace United Methodist Church, founded in 1881.

Just around the corner was the Memorial Presbyterian Church, founded in 1824.  Henry Flagler gave this sanctuary as a memorial to his only daughter, who passed away while giving birth.  Henry, his wife, his daughter and granddaughter are all in a Mausoleum in the church.

A few blocks away is the Motherhouse Sisters of Saint Joseph, established in 1874 by eight Sisters who came from France to educate the recently freed slaves.  The convent currently houses retired Sisters.

On our way out of town, we stopped at the Lighthouse.  I can’t wait to go back to St. Augustine!  It is a Photographer and History Buff’s paradise!  The best part was watching my sons eagerly soak up all of the history and beauty around them!

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