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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

New From Carol Hicks Bolton...Gus Antiques



I'm so happy to be sharing something
quite remarkable with all of you.
The beautiful visionary and my friend,
Carol Hicks Bolton,
has created a dazzling new space right next door
to her supremely lovely

It has been christened
Gus Antiques & Wonders,
lovingly named after her magical daughter, Gussie.

I've completed two photo shoots here
in the past couple of weeks,
and I feel certain that you will agree
when I say that Carol is a fearless innovator
in a sea of imitators.
I simply adore her.

Presenting
Gus Antiques & Wonders...

Oh!
And please head over to my new website
to see how "reach-out-and-touch-them"
BIG they look over there...













































































So, I "mustache" you....
how awesome is this hanger???


To visit this wonderland,
head to
301 S Lincoln St
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624

to inquire about purchases,
830-997-5551

Thank you Carol and Tim,
I am always honored to photograph
your lovely world!


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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

My New Baby!



It only took me four or so years,
but I'm finally a dot.com!

Introducing


I'm still tweaking it a bit,
and have a ton more photos to add
to the portfolio section, but it's live and
ready for visitors.
I hope you'll head on over
and take a look!




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Thursday, September 4, 2014

Introducing Gus Antiques & Wonders



It was back to work yesterday 
as I happily headed to the enchanting 
Gus Antiques & Wonders,
the latest imaginarium birthed by 
Carol and Tim Bolton, and named for 
their beloved and delightful daughter,
Augusta....Gussie....Gus! 

Located right next door to
Gus is, to quote Carol,

"Fresh. Quaint. Felicitous.

The word is out: 
We have a brand new store 
set to open in the next few days. 
Our new shop, GUS ANTIQUES, has a whimsical theme, 
fresh outlook on life, and plenty of good finds. 
We've searched high and low across America and Europe 
for the perfect treasures to share with you, 
and have put together a delightful trove of goodness. 

GUS ANTIQUES is located right next to 
CAROL HICKS BOLTON ANTIQUITES 
at 303 S. Lincoln, Fredericksburg, TX. 78624.
 (830)997-5551, or email us 
at carol@carolhicksbolton.com"

Here is only one small peek
at the commercial photo shoot I completed
yesterday for my dear friends the Bolton's.
I hope you approve, Gussie!


I'm smack-dab in the middle of editing
all of the images from the Gus shoot,
but will be sharing the rest very soon!

Enjoy your week!




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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

I Love My Job!!! Introducing Ufer Haus!


To say that there are a plethora of choices
when contemplating a stay in Fredericksburg, TX
is an understatement at best.
At last count, it was something 300-400 B&Bs 
and guest houses in the area. Whoa!

I'm here to make your choice a little easier.
Introducing Ufer Haus Guesthouse!


 Just way too cute!
I absolutely LOVE photographing
B&Bs, and living here in Fred
has me uniquely poised to do exactly what I love.
I have the best clients!


Mid-century coolness.


Loving all the modern-industrial
touches throughout.


Fully appointed kitchen.


Relax!
It's easy to do in these super cozy surroundings.




With three darling bedrooms,
it's a natural choice for girl's weekend getaways,
bachelorette parties, hunting weekends,
or a romantic visit to the winery mecca of Texas!




Adorable!


And this creek-side sitting area
just off the kitchen is just too lovely for words.


Ufer Haus will be open for visitors very soon,
be sure to head over to their Facebook page
and give them a well deserved "like"!

Happy Week!




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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Thank you, Creating Vintage Charm Magazine


I never take it for granted
when someone finds something 
worthy in my work. 

To be told 
"Yes, we'd like to publish your
photography, your story", 
well....
that's a huge compliment,
and I am so grateful for the times I've been
told just that.

 This time, I owe a huge debt of gratitude
to the lovely Sonia Cardona Crouse of


Sonia allowed me to share not only my photography,
but also a little essay on what life in our
1910 Texas farmhouse means to me.

The elements in the image above...
the lavender sprigs, the ironstone, the wasp nest...
all deeply personal and their simplicity
speaks volume to my vintage loving heart.


Many thanks Sonia,
for not only featuring my work in CVC,
but also in the lastest issue of 

You can order both of these
lovely publications right HERE.




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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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