Kellie ~ class of 2016

    I’m really not sure how this has happened.  How is this sweet, little baby a high school senior?  How?? 

    Well she is and I have to tell you that I could not be more proud of her. She is just as beautiful on the inside as she is on the outside. I am so proud to say that her Uncle Ken and I have played a part in helping to raise such a hard working, responsible, trustworthy, and moral young woman. I absolutely cannot wait to see what life has in store for her. We love you Kellie Bean! ~ Aunt Kellie

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    Family Fun

    We had such an amazing time working with this family yesterday.  I think we laughed the ENTIRE time.  They are so fun and so genuine and loving.  21 years of marriage has brought Deborah and Tim 4 beautiful girls and two decades of memories.  We were so happy to help them capture where they are right now .  Thanks again for the entertainment. 🙂 ~ K & A

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    Fall is here!!

    I saw a quote recently which said, “Fall is to photographers, as April is to Accountants.” No truer words have been spoken. Fall is a crazy time of year for us and we love it. It is the absolute perfect time to be outside creating images for our clients. For those of you that know me, you know that I am not a fan of summer time in St. Louis. Anything above 75 degrees and I need to be inside in air conditioning. Whose with me? Spring, well I love the temps but we seem to be constantly dodging rain. And speaking of rain, why or why does it always seem to rain on the weekends? And, winter…..well we have done our fair share of shoots in the winter, and they are beautiful. But when you have to pry your frozen finger off the shutter button of your camera, it is not always a fun thing.

    And now fall. It is just perfection…..the perfect temperatures, the color, and light. And speaking of perfection…..we had that absolute perfect session this past weekend. Paul is a 2016 senior, and a homeschool senior at that. He was relaxed, and personable, and at times, quite hilarious. He smiled when we asked him to, and gave us his “smolder” eyes when we asked for that. He played a little guitar for us and even showed us his calves, which he is very proud of. LOL. He even shared with us some details of a recent mission trip that he took to India. He was an absolute pleasure to work with, and we wish him all the best finishing his senior year! Thanks for a great session Paul!!! ~ K & A

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