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Bald for St. Baldricks : albuquerque photographer

Rich, Monica and Teague are a pretty amazing family. I photographed their session outdoors on a beautiful Summer evening and then, not long after, they came back into the studio.

But this time, something was very different…they were missing hair.

See, Rich and Monica and Teague support the the St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a “volunteer-driven charity committed to funding the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long, healthy  lives.” Rich, Monica and Teague shaved their heads for all those beautiful bald little heads attached to tiny warriors disguised as children, fighting the fight of their life.

So while their outdoor session was gorgeous, nothing can match the beauty of those three shaved heads together.

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Happy Mother’s Day!

To the hand holders
the nose wipers
the boo boo kissers
the up all nighters with a sick child
the bath givers
the fixers of snacks for the classroom at the last minute because someone forgot to mention it earlier
the homework helpers
the hug givers
the cleaner of clothes
the GO TO BED sergeants
the teachers
the trusted confidantes
the givers of unconditional love…

To all the mothers this day and always.

You truly hold the future in your hands.

Happy Mother’s Day!

 

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It’s a Jeep Thing: albuquerque senior portraits

JEEP people are serious about their vehicles. I know about this firsthand, because I’m married to one of them. When Jeeps pass each other on the road the drivers give one another a little wave or nod of the head. It’s pretty amazing. And, as it has been pointed out to me on numerous occasions by the Jeep driver in my family, when you drive a Jeep, you may get lost, but you’ll never get stuck. When I met Ariel for her senior session, and saw her beautiful red Jeep, I wondered if she was in love with it as much my wife is with hers. The answer was a  “yes.”

Oh yeah…it’s definitely a Jeep Thing.

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Brothers: albuquerque family photographer

Brody is only 3 weeks old, so he doesn’t know a lot of things, yet; he doesn’t know how to walk or ride a bike or throw a football. But he will. And one of the things he will learn as he grows, is that he is blessed with an awesome older brother with whom he will, no doubt, go on many wonderful adventures. And, years from now, when Brody is a grown man, he will, hopefully, look back on this photograph, and realize his brother’s love has been there from the start.

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