Sunday, May 29, 2011

N Family - Centennial Family Photographer

The N family found me via Treehouse Discovery where I have several of my portraits on display.  I was excited to meet the whole family - especially when Mama N mentioned she really wanted the older children's unique personalities to shine through and that they would be able to wear whatever they wanted to reflect that.  How cool is that?  We met at gorgeous DeKoevend Park in Centennial and enjoyed the hour playing around, blowing bubbles, climbing trees and just enjoying the afternoon.  They were chill and happy, and I think that ease is reflected in their final portraits!  Thank you N family!

N Family - Family Portraits
May 21, 2011
DeKoevend Park
Centennial, Colorado
crib tales photography -  on location
Happy as we can be...

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Piper turns One! Caste Rock Children's Photographer

This was such a special treat for me - to photograph Miss Piper's one year portraits.  You see, I captured Piper's parents' wedding portraits two years ago.  The only wedding I've ever shot.  And believe me if all brides were as chill on their wedding day as Amber I probably would feel more at ease doing wedding photography!  I have also captured Amber's beautiful step daughters on more than one occasion.  It is a joy connecting with past clients and seeing them grow and change and in this case, expand their family.

We started Piper's session in the studio but quickly moved on to the beautiful outdoors where she could explore and be, well, one!  If this sweet girl's eyes don't melt your heart well then I don't know what else to say -- she's completely stolen mine.  Thank you Amber and Piper (and Grandma!) for a delightful afternoon, and for allowing me to capture your sweet little miss! 

Piper - One Year Portraits
April 5, 2011
Castle Rock, Colorado
crib tales photography -  studio.
525, 600 minutes...

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Food, Glorious Food! Castle Rock Product Photography

Every once in awhile I get a call for something completely different than my normal portrait sessions.  Now don't get me wrong, I LOVE doing portrait sessions -they are my true love and passion, but how fun to get an offer to do something unique and food photography!  I actually love photographing food and if you were to look at my personal blog you'd see that I shoot photos of food a lot at my home.  Something about food not moving is appealing to me -- oh yeah, and I love to eat!  

Kim from A Wild Thyme called me to see if I would be interested in photographing some of her most delectable menu items at a cocktail party she was catering in The Village in Castle Rock.  I may or may not have squealed "yes!" over the phone.  Ok, I did.  Kim's team is a beautifully well oiled machine. They worked non-stop the time I was there and take it from me, the food was to-die-for-delicous!  I can only hope the images I did for her do her delicious food justice.  I think you will see from the photos that attention to detail is definitely a priority.  Next time you are in need of a caterer they are the best of the best, bar-none!