Sunday, April 29, 2012

Phil and Carolyn-Adult Siblings Shoot-Raleigh, NC

I donated a session to my dear friend Dana as part of her efforts to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (Shameless plug visit her team page here to donate http://pages.teamintraining.org/nc/rnr12/marathonmamas to donate). When Phil won the raffle he immediately decided he should take the opportunity to do something nice for his Mother... it is almost Mother's Day after all! So Phil and his sister Carolyn met me out at Lake Lynn this weekend to do an adult sibling shoot. Their only request? Try not to make us look like a married couple! Pretty sure we are in more danger of people thinking you are twins! Here are a few shots from their session....














Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Kenny turns 5!

The Greer family is always so much fun! Kenny is practically a model and Abby is so full of energy I was lucky if I got a shot of her. The only time we got her to sit still was to the series of cell phone gabbing shots. My favorites are the ones we got of the family on the carousel! Happy Birthday Kenny!
















Monday, April 23, 2012

Dylan Turns Two!

I LOVE taking pictures of children that know me. When Dylan hears my name he actually immediately starts saying "lele" over and over again. But eventually once he realizes she is not there settles in on the fact that cool Aunt Steph is there and is going to proceed to tickle him for the next hour. So obviously the session pretty much rocked.















Sunday, April 22, 2012

Austin turns One!

I had been trying to get out to the Early Farm for six months but every time we booked a date it rained. Every. Time. Finally I headed out to Louisburg last weekend and it was well worth the wait. Austin just turned one and boy was he a little model.

What set the session apart from previous sessions was definitely the locale. Horses in the pasture and a rustic farm feeling added personality to this session like no other. Austin was completely comfortable with his "friends" as well!