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Man’s Best Friend: albuquerque photographer

He never judges you.

He doesn’t care what you look like or where you live or how much money you make.

No, none of that matters to him.

He sees right to the heart, and that’s really all he cares about.

He is a loyal life-long friend covered in fur and he is happiest when he’s by your side.

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A Boy’s First Love: albuquerque family photographer

A little boy will grow up to have many loves: the little pony-tailed girl who sits across from him in 1st grade; the girl with the braces and pink headband that he nervously asks to the middle school dance; a string of girlfriends that link the years between high school and college and then, that one special girl who he will ask, on bended knee, to be his forever.

Yes, a little boy will have many loves…but his first love will always be his mother, and that will never change.

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They’ve Got Their Love to Keep Them Warm: santa fe engagement portraits

I love it when a client comes to me with an idea. Sometimes, those ideas are very precise, while others are a little more open to creativity. Crystal and Aris knew they wanted formal engagement photos in the snow, but as anyone who lives in the Albuquerque area knows, we haven’t had a whole lot of that white stuff this Winter. So, determined to seek out the snow, we met in Santa Fe and ventured up the Sangre de Cristo Mountains until we found it. The afternoon was cold, but as the old song says, Crystal and Aris had their love to keep them warm.

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South African Wine: albuquerque photographer

We are so proud of our team; those people we work side by side with every day. We are a close-knit studio and we truly love our staff. Lauren worked with us for several years as manager before being called away to do good work in South Africa. She is always smiling and has one of the kindest souls God ever put into a body. We miss her but know she is making a difference in people’s lives and are so very proud of her.

Lauren was in town briefly and left back for South Africa today. She dropped by yesterday, as she had a gift for us. Well, really for Cheri: it was a bottle of South African wine. (I don’t drink at all. At least, nothing stronger than Mountain Dew.) Due to an afternoon of on-location sessions, we missed her when she dropped by, so she left the gift with our friends at The Art of Framing, just a few doors down from the studio. Now, John, the owner of The Art of Framing is a true “foodie” and wine connoisseur, so when I stopped by to pick up the gift, I was surprised to find it unopened.

“Wow, you didn’t open it.” I told him. “Cheri was convinced it would be gone.”

“One more day and it would have been,” he said. Not only is he an excellent framer, he’s also honest.

A huge thank you to Lauren for such a thoughtful gift. Be safe. We love you!

And a “thank you” to John at The Art of Framing for keeping his corkscrew far away


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