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Thursday, August 14, 2014

Enchanting Photography Magazine

It was quite the honor
when I was recently asked by magazine editor
Sonia Cardona Crouse
if I would contribute to her absolutely stunning magazine

Sonia is also the editor of the wonderful
which I'm also proud to say that I'm
featured in the current issue.

But for Enchanting Photography,
I wanted to submit something a little different,
a little more out of my comfort zone.

As the second shooter for a dreamy bridal session
earlier this year, { thank you, AL Gawlik Photography }
I knew that Ashley's bridals would be a perfect fit.

Although I had never shot bridals before,
Ashley's effortless grace before the camera
made my job super easy.

I was thrilled when the incredible floral designer,
chose my bouquet photo above to use as her
profile photo on mega wedding site The Knot.

But let's be honest....a stunning bride like this
makes it almost impossible to take a bad picture.
While the magazine might be titled 
Enchanting Photography,
I tend to believe that my subject matter
added the enchanting factor.

If you'd like to order a copy
of this lovely magazine,
please click HERE.

And I'll be back next time to share
more about my Creating Vintage Charm feature,
along with what else is new on this end.

Happy Week!

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Thursday, July 31, 2014

More B&B Fun...Cloud 9 Cottage!

One of my favorite type of 
photo shoots to book  
are bed and breakfast shoots.
There's no shortage of B&Bs 
here in Fredericksburg, TX,
so I keep super busy 
capturing their unique charm 
for local owners year 'round.

Cloud 9 Cottage is the fourth B&B that I've 
had the pleasure of shooting for owners 
Matthew and Melissa Mabery.

I shared my previous shoots for these fine folks
and now I'm delighted to showcase
their latest fun venue,
Cloud 9 Cottage.

Too cool, right?

Cloud 9 Cottage
906 E Austin
Fredericksburg, Texas

Book your stay right HERE.

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Sweet as Sugar...Sugarberry Inn

 So imagine a place.
Dreams are as sweet as cotton candy,
and the imagination is fueled by equal parts
elegance and whimsy.

 Beds draped in decadent Bella Notte linens,
and cottages outfitted in the finest French antiques.
All in the heart of a quaint little 
Texas Hill Country town,
only minutes away from exceptional dining, shopping,
wineries, and countless other amusements 
and adventures.

There is such a place.
in Fredericksburg, Texas.
Now open for dreaming and discovering.

Birthed by Joe and Susan Giardina,
this labor of love enchants at every turn.
Broken up into two large suites
in the historic main house 
and 10 boutique cottages,
this is a lodging experience
one will not soon forget.

Prairie Willow and Hawthorn Suites
were styled by the sublime
Carol Hicks Bolton.
The remaining 10 cottages were
styled by local design genius
Kathy Young.

I was hired to photograph pretty much
every square inch of this property,
and rather than blather on about just how remarkable
these accommodations are,
I want the images to do the talking.

 And for all the sweetness
I've shared with you here,
there is an entire confectioners wonderland
of cottage photos to be found on the
Sugarberry Inn website.

Come, visit, dream, fall in love.

Sugarberry Inn
201 N Llano Street
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624

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Friday, July 11, 2014

A Grand Adventure

I trust you all had a happy and safe Fourth of July?

While many were out enjoying parades and cookouts, 
I was happily hard at work editing my latest project, 
the massive photo shoot for the divine
in Fredericksburg, Texas.

Owned by Susan and Joe Giardina-
Styled by Carol Hicks Bolton and Kathy Young-
Architectural design by Andrew Bray-
Headed for magazine features soon-
And I was the lucky gal who got to shoot it!

Just a peek...

"As soon as I saw you,
I knew a grand adventure 
was about to happen"....Winnie the Pooh

Styling by Carol Hicks Bolton,
custom paint treatment by Tom Proch.

{ styling by Carol Hicks Bolton }

Back to work I go!
Have a safe and happy 4th,
and I can't wait to share more 
of this grand adventure!

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