Monthly Archives: March 2009

Lindsey and Tedd braved the frigid weather for their e-session this morning. It was COLD! I don’t know what the exact temperature was, but I know I could barely feel the aperture dial.  The session was around the lake at University Circle. It’s a great spot because there are so many different structures and backdrops. […]

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Angel Woodrum – Anna and I would like to thank you for the amazing cake you made for Jackson’s birthday. Jackson freaked out when he saw it. He was so excited to see his favorite TV star on top of his cake. He had so much fun dismantling Elmo’s head and eating his eyeballs. The […]

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Running my business out of my home certainly has its advantages. Lower overhead, being near my family and the convenience of having my work at my fingertips at any time are just a few. But there are a few drawbacks too. Mostly, not having an area to display large prints and canvases. For some bizarre reason, […]

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In January, I posted images on my old blog titled Nuts and Bolts, which featured photos of…nuts and bolts. They were for the cover of the Annual Report for the Industrial Fasteners Institute. This was the second consecutive year I shot the cover image and I’d be thrilled to do it again. This morning I received this message: “Rob […]

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It really was an eventful weekend. Jackson turned two. As I predicted in a previous post on my old blog, he handled the fork and cake much better this year. I know people refer to this stage as the “terrible twos,” but I’m loving every second of it. Everyday he’s saying a new word or has a new expression that […]

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