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“He has made everything beautiful in its time. Ecclesiastes 3:11”


There is a beauty in waiting.  Sometimes it seems like every good thing comes with some sort of standard wait time.  I think the waiting makes those things that much more special. More meaningful. More beautiful. As I captured this image I couldn’t help but think…she looks like a lady in waiting.  For what? I’m not sure.  But I know it will be something good.  If you’re in the process of waiting…on something, on someone… take heart that it will be well worth the wait.  And it will be beautiful.


Lubbock Beauty Supply Women's Photographer

One of the things I love most about doing the work I do (besides making women feel beautiful and helping them to see their beauty) is the fact that I get to be super girly myself.  I get to be creative.  I get to watch a girl transform not just outwardly through hair and makeup, but inwardly as she becomes more comfortable and more confident in front of my camera.  I get to take risks as a photographer.  And most of the time those risks turn out so great!

I never got around to sharing this double exposure from Robbie’s Rocker Glam Shoot.  We shot Robbie’s “rocker” look and Jalie’s “vintage glamour” look in the same day so I had a huge pile of flowers in the studio from Jalie’s shoot.  I decided to test the legs on my new camera and try out the double exposure feature.  So I snapped a quick shot of Robbie silhouetted in front of the window and walked over and snapped the pile of flowers that were laying on a bench.  The photo below is what resulted.  I only did a little bit of work to make the flowers stand out a little bit more in places…

Just an example of why taking risks are a great thing!  If you’re trying something new for the first time, or are just wary of what your next move will be.  Don’t stop. Don’t hesitate. Don’t be fearful. Just jump in with both feet…I can almost guarantee that the result will be something beautiful!


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Eeeek!! Yes! I literally have just been squealing with excitement ever since I shot these photos! And as I would open up each new one to edit I would squeal even more! This girl is absolutely gorgeous! What a sweetheart! She graciously gave Jalie & I her afternoon as we made her over and watched her transform into a supermodel right before our very eyes.  This was my first shoot since we’ve been back from our trip to Europe in September and I was just so excited to shoot – but my expectations were far exceeded when we started the shoot after hair and makeup was done!  I’m so so happy with how the images turned out!  I’ve been playing around with some different editing techniques and textures and things so I just had some fun processing these images! This shoot also shows how you can book a boudoir shoot and still leave one or two outfits for more glamour style shots!  Yeah, maybe the boudoir images are for your significant other – but you deserve a new facebook profile pic too, right?! 😉

In all honesty – this girl could easily be America’s next top model – so I’m so thankful that I got to photograph her!

Enjoy a few faves from her session!

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Come away with me in the night
Come away with me
And I will write you a song

Come away with me on a bus
Come away where they can’t tempt us
With their lies

I want to walk with you
On a cloudy day
In fields where the yellow grass grows knee-high
So won’t you try to come

Come away with me and we’ll kiss
On a mountaintop
Come away with me
And I’ll never stop loving you

And I want to wake up with the rain
Falling on a tin roof
While I’m safe there in your arms
So all I ask is for you
To come away with me in the night
Come away with me

 -Norah Jones


on location glamour women's portrait

Yesterday, Myself along with some dear friends including our hair and makeup artist here at the studio, Jalie Kimbrough, Amanda & Deborah took a fun little road trip to the Sand Dunes near Kermit, Texas.  Jalie had asked me to take some images of her for her Yoga classes that she teaches so we decided to make a day of it.  If we have hair and makeup and a camera – I can’t help myself.  So we planned a little day trip, threw together some last minute dresses, outfits, lights, camera gear, makeup and decided to make the most of the day!

This was the first time we’ve ever done any “on-location” glamour/beauty/boudoir type shots and even though it presented some challenges I LOVED it!  Believe it or not, the green dress Jalie is wearing was my old high school prom dress. HAHA! Who knew it would make for such pretty images! There’s lots more to come from the day, but for now here’s a couple sneak peeks of our very gracious and beautiful models!

If you’re thinking about doing an on-location beauty or boudoir shoot please call me! I’d love to make it happen!  I’ve never felt more like I was on the set of a magazine shoot than I did yesterday! Too much fun!




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