Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Branding Sneak Peak

As some of you may know, I have been going through a branding process for the past 2 months. I was on the waiting list for this company for nearly a year. It's nearing the end of the process, but here is a peak of my new branding colors:

That's all you get for now - I am hoping to reveal the new brand by the new year :D

Sunday, November 28, 2010

12 Day Old Maggie | Kristen Schueler Photography | Newborns

Photographing newborns is no easy feat. You must be patient, gentle, and use your intuition. Ideally, you get them in the first 10 days of life, which often makes for an easier session. This morning I had a shoot with Baby Maggie - 12 days old. She was, by far, the most cooperative baby I have worked with. She slept well, and when she was awake, was barely cross-eyed (generally a definite for newborns under 2 weeks), and had gorgeous skin. I think I might make rule that I won't shoot babes over 2 weeks... it only took about 2 hours, while I have taken up to 5 hours with older (i.e. fussier) babies. I am thrilled with the images from this shoot, and here's a few for you to ooo and ahhhh at!

Love this little Christmas pixie hat I knitted for the Holidays!

Look at those eyes! So alert - and she's even smeyes-ing (smiling with her eyes)!

Maggie was such a joy! Parents waited to find out if Maggie was a boy or a girl, and I was so excited when I heard it was a girl. Boys are great too, but girls you get to accessorize! I could have photographed this little one all day. Such a sweet family, can't wait to share the rest of their images with them!

Hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving and is enjoying leftovers!

Monday, November 15, 2010


This weeks I heart Faces challenge is silhouettes. As it turns out, I was finishing up an edit on my cousin Steph's wedding, when I came across the perfect image.

I just love the contrast in this first dance picture. They are almost completely in shadow, but you can still see the emotion in their faces. To see more images from Steph & Ian's 10-10-10 wedding, head over to my website and check out the "featured" section, which is currently showcasing their wedding.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Danger is my MIDDLE, really, it is...

...Is what Jackson Danger will be saying to all the ladies (in a few years...). Saturday I had the pleasure of photographing a sleepy but smiley Jackson. It took me a while to get him to smile for me, but I was finally able to figure out that he digs the fake sneeze. Apparently my fake sneeze is HYSTERICAL!

Pictured to the left is Jackson rocking a seasonally appropriate orange thermal shirt, complete with a Moose emblem. He tried to give me blue steel, but I wouldn't have any of his shenanigans!

Jackson's father is Canadian, and I believe this little furry hooded number is a gift from one of his Canadian kin. It was super adorable on him, and this might be my favorite shot from the day!

After Jackson's shoot, his BFF's Kieran & Cece joined him for some chillaxin' (his words, not mine) at the beach.

These little models may look familiar, as they have been featured on previous posts of mine. Jackson, Cece, & Kieran...aka The Doozers. They're doozing.

Currently I am working on doggie pricing, and packages for both weddings and kiddos. My branding is also being worked on, and I am supposed to be receiving revisions tomorrow. So excited! Super busy with Christmas editing and organizing...expecting the business to really grow in 2011.

Hope everyone has a great week!


Monday, November 8, 2010

"Due to Inclement weather..."

...are usually exciting words to a kid. It translates to: NO SCHOOL! But as an "adult" (I giggle when I call myself an adult), bad weather just gets in the way more than anything else.

Today I made an executive decision that was not easy; canceling a shoot! It's probably best that I ended up canceling todays shoot, an engagement session at Fenway. The day started out with snow and hail, then changed over to rain with gale force winds. While I am disappointed, I am still planning on doing it in the future; possibly not until the spring though. I did manage to get a lot of organization done in the office today, which is something I have been struggling with.

I also decided to enter this weeks I Heart Faces contest. This weeks theme: orange!

I encourage you all to check out their weekly contests. It's mainly just for fun but it is exciting to be a part of!

Sunday, November 7, 2010

From the Side Lines

Ever since college, my sister has been working football teams. First for UCONN football, followed my Arena football, and now Columbia. She is thoughtful enough to get permission for me to shoot games on the field :) This weekend, Columbia was at Harvard for another Ivy League battle. This was one of those times I was lucky to have an awesome sister get me a press pass to shoot from the side lines.

The main thing about shooting sports is there is lot's of rapid fire shooting. It's very difficult to catch "the moment", because often the ball travels way too fast for anyone's brain to have the chance to think "he caught it! I should take a picture!" and then our brain has to send the signal to our finger to release the shutter, and by then you've missed two plays. So there were A LOT of pictures to go through. I'll try and post more this week. BUT I have an engagement session tomorrow at Fenway park, so I'll also be posting some of those.

Wish me luck!!!

Sunday, October 24, 2010

A Penny for your Thoughts?

I need your help. Three words, for each picture. Just post as a comment with the corresponding image #. Whatever comes to mind, don't sensor yourself, or think too much about it. This is just a personal exercise for myself, so if you could take just a couple minutes that would be awesome! Thanks :)

Image #1

Image #2

Image #3

Image #4

Image #5

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Amanda & Derek | October 9, 2010

Last Saturday, October 9th, I had the pleasure of photographing Amanda & Derek's wedding with my friend Kathy from photo school. I had been looking forward to it for months! Not only was I shooting a wedding, which I love, I got to see Kathy. As a photographer, I am used to going to weddings only knowing the bride & groom. However, as a second photographer, I didn't even meet them before the wedding! But Amanda & Derek were nicer than you could hope for.They were very lucky, as the day was gorgeous! A bit windy, but that just made for better pictures :)

Everything about the wedding was beautiful - the weather, the church, the dresses, the food, the people! Kathy did all the formals, which was fun for me, because I had nearly an hour to myself to shoot the things at a wedding that I feel are underrated - the details.

And of course, the lovely bride & groom:

Thanks to Kathy, Amanda, & Derek for letting me document their day with them!

Friday, October 8, 2010

Just got in a CD case for a client (and one as a sample for myself!). Wanted to share, they are adorable! It matches their birth announcements, and the matte finish is so soft.

Two weddings this as a guest one as a shooter! Will post tons after the weekend.

Happy Columbus Day!

Thursday, October 7, 2010

Our Big E Adventure

If you've never been to the Big E, you are missing out. There is literally nothing more from a fair that you could possibly ask for. Where do I start? I suppose I'll start with the state houses. Each of the New England states gets it's own building. In each building, different businesses set up shop and sell their local goods. Mostly: food. This year we waited in line for one of the most sought-after foods at the fair: the Maine baked potato. Even without the sour cream, cheese, chives, and butter, the potato itself tasted better than any baked potato I've ever had. Last year Adam & I spent more time exploring the houses than we did this year, as we were a little short on time. Last year,we had some maple cotton candy and sampled some maple butter in Vermont. For some reason, every year I end up getting pizza in the CT house. Some of the other foods floating around in the multiple houses are lobster rolls, chowder, pies, fudge, and anything else that is rooted in New England and delicious.

Aside from the state houses, you also have your typical fair, complete with rides, overpriced games, and anything fried you could want. I've seen deep fried oreos, twinkies, snickers, beer, etc. This year I stumbled across what I consider to be, by far, the grossest thing you could deep fry: a bologna sandwich. Did I mention all these things are battered before they're friend? A small part of me wanted to order it just to see it.

Some of the other spectacles to check out while you are there: horse shows, concerts, exhibit halls, farm animals, agriculture...and so on and so forth. Oh, and of course, worlds smallest and largest horses.

So this past weekend, with Adam and two of my best friends (Ashleigh & Alicia), we headed to the Big E. Here's a few pictures for your enjoyment!

^ a man and his horse share a moment ^

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Baby Etienne | Kristen Schueler Photography

I know everyone has been holding their breath in anticipation for my next blog post! It's been two weeks, which is atrocious. I was trying to post everyday, but life got in the way.

Anywho, this past Friday I had the pleasure of photographing baby Etienne. At 21 days, it was a bit of a challenge. I had some trouble getting my usual shots. At first I felt a little frustrated with myself, but in the end this just pushed me to try new things in the session; I am more than happy with how the images turned out. Proud parents Lynda & Renaud were so welcoming and patient with me as I worked. I am excited to share these images with everyone, and can't wait to have the rest ready or the family to see.

I will try to post more this week - stay tuned for some pictures from my trip to the Big E this past weekend.

Happy Fall!

Monday, September 20, 2010

be my guest, part II

sometimes bringing my camera with me takes away from really enjoying what i'm doing, but most of the time it actually makes it more enjoyable. i become much more excited about the present moment when i know i've really captured something special.

this weekend adam & i went to a wedding in maine for two of his college friends. it was one of the more unique weddings i have been to! we drove up to portland, and everyone hopped on a 2 o'clock ferry, headed for an island. the ceremony took place on the ferry, and the reception was on the little island (the name has slipped my mind).

it was pretty much the best weather you could ask for at an outdoor wedding. at a lions club overlooking the water, we played yard games (cornhole, horseshoes, etc), ate lobster & blueberry cake - good times were had by all. the light was gorgeous all day - even on the ferry. because it was so bright outside and we were in a white room, the natural light created an ethereal atmosphere.

being a guest at the wedding provides a much different photographic experience than being the hired photographer. i felt i captured some more intimate moments between friends that would generally be missed as the hired photographer. on the other hand, it is a much more distinct point of view shooting as a guest - the same 12 people or so appear throughout my images.

either way, the wedding was super fun, and i am glad to have been invited. thanks to everyone there for good times :)

Sunday, September 19, 2010

be my guest

had an amazing weekend in maine celebrating the wedding of hannah & john - two of adams friends from northeastern. as a guest!!! i have more to say about it, but need to get to bed asap. write more in the morning. for now, enjoy these shots :D

Thursday, September 16, 2010

a freebie for my new fans :D

so today was my first guest blog post over at MCP actions, and i was thrilled with the positive response i got from everyone. working with photoshop on a daily basis for at least 8 hours a day, it comes second nature to me. i forget that i had to learn it step by step, and it's nice to know i can help others during photoshop frustration - because it can be VERY frustrating.

as a result of my post, i got a lot of new facebook fans, who i promised a photoshop freebie to. i designed this album cover for a sample album for myself. it's simple and elegant, and it printed beautifully!

just click on the download file link to download. enjoy!


my guest blog post for mcp actions has been posted today! AND i'm having a great hair day!

thinking of ideas for another guest post...i am throwing around the idea of white balance and skin tone, but we'll see!!!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

sad pie.

there's something about the movie "waitress" that really hits a note with me. maybe because it's about a passionate woman finding her way, but i think it's a darker reason. adrienne shelly, the writer, director, and co-star, was murdered after the movie was made. it's all i can think about when i watch the movie. the little girl in the movie is played by her daughter, and there is an unscripted line at the end where the daughter whispers "bye, mommy" that is eerie & heartbreaking. the movie was written by her when she was 8 months pregnant, and is inspired by her fear of being a mother. my heart breaks for her poor daughter. i love this movie, especially the styling, but it just makes me so sad. such is life.

on a lighter note...

my first guest blog post for MCP Actions gets posted tomorrow morning at 9 am! i will post a link as soon as it's up!

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

the airborne toxic event: up close

just returned home from the somerville theatre in davis square, after seeing one of my more recent favorite bands. adam and i have seen then about 3 or 4 times, but always at larger venues. the somerville theatre is a small, intimate setting, and for this tour added a string quartet to their ensemble. this is in addition to their violinist/pianist, 2 guitarists, 1 bassist, and a drummer. they all kind of juggle around the instruments - i feel they are all that kid in band who can magically play any instrument he picks up. so jealous!

while we had great seats, i was disappointed my good camera is getting repaired. i did bring my older one and get some ok shots, but i feel i would have gotten fantastic ones with my D700. either way, the concert was incredible, and i did manage to get a few shots i like.

this is anna. she is the violinist/pianist/singer. she is awesome, and bops around the stage, all while she is playing the violin.

this is by far my favorite picture from the evening. i hate to ruin it with my copyright!

i am trying something new with my work. well, new for me anyway! i am trying to not crop the images once i have taken the picture, and really trying to alter the image as little as i can. this is often hard for me since i am obsessed with photoshop! i am hoping this will push me to be more mindful when i frame my shots, and really find the light i want.

and this last one is my favorite interaction i got between 2 of them. it's also just happy!

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Inspiration Board

Adam sits across from me, deeply concentrating on a puzzle, occasionally looking up at R2D2 beeping across the screen. I love Sundays - especially when Adam doesn't have to go to work on Monday. While I spent a good portion of the day not feeling very well, I did manage to get some work done. The company I am going through to do my branding asked me to put together an "inspiration board". Basically, a collage of things that inspire me. While it doesn't look like much, I think it is a pretty good representation of my design aesthetic. It pretty much took me all day. I really feel this element will help the designers understand my style, in a way that I could not convey to them through words. So, here it is:

I love it! It makes me feel warm, and gives me the feeling I hope people get when they look at my pictures. Does it look like me??

*none of this is my work - it is all images from off the web, a lot of it from Anthropologie.

Friday, September 3, 2010

so next thursday the branding begins! before my hour phone consultation, they asked me to put together an "inspiration board" for them to have a better idea of my style. i am very excited to put this together this weekend - maybe i will post it when i put it together.

as promised, here's some more pictures from crosby stills & nash on wednesday.

i am feeling very distracted and unable to articulate well - a bit like a goldfish, i imagine. hopefully will have more to say later this weekend.

have a good one!

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Crosby Stills & Nash - A Preview/Tales of Me Shreaking Like a Teenybopper September 2, 2010
kristen schueler photography

Took a midweek weekend this week, and headed up to the Berkshires with Adam to go see Crosby Stills & Nash with my parents. We had an amazing time! Just got back to Boston and I need to relax, but here is my favorite shot from the show -
Not bad for my D80.

Squealing with delight about ten minutes ago, I noticed Jasmine Star commented on my post. Let me reenact ...

eeeeEEEEEEEeeEEeEeeeeeeeEEEEE! get the idea.

More shots from the concert tomorrow. I need some quality DVR time and perhaps some foods.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Next Jasmine Star? I mean, The Next Jasmine Star!

As I am sure I rambled about it one of my recent posts, I spent last week online following Jasmine Star as she paved new ways for photographers to learn. With the help of Creative Live, a relatively new outlet for learning & teaching, she spent five days broadcasting live online. The first day was all business related talk, but the other 4 were seeing Jasmine in action from The First Look shoot the day before a wedding, the entire wedding from start to finish, and two days of post processing work/question and answers. It was absolutely phenomenal, and I think she needs her own reality show.

That's besides the point. Jasmine oozes personality and charisma, and just watching her made me feel like I could conquer the world. She started her wedding photography business just 4 years ago, without any photography knowledge, and is now regarded as one of the top ten wedding photographers in the world. I would settle for being one of the top ten photographers in Boston! So here I am, left with all this exuberance and excitement, but I don't know what to do with it. I feel like if I just did something with it, clients would be flooding my e-mail and clogging my website. I feel that it is within me to be as succesful as Jasmine; I suppose I am just looking for a chance to prove it. Her first year she shot 3 weddings, and her second year she shot something like 38 weddings. Well, I shot 3 weddings this year! I don't exactly have 38 weddings booked for next year...yet.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

My brain and my computer are tired. I spent most of the weekend cleaning & working - actually, I only went outside to go for a walk last night with Adam. That's ok though, the house really needed some TLC, and I got some quality work done.

One of my accomplishments this weekend was writing a guest blog for MCP Actions. It is a Photoshop Tutorial, and I didn't even know if they were going to use it. Turns out they liked it so much, they asked me to be a regular contributor! This is super exciting news for me. I am constantly trying to get my name out there, and MCP Actions has nearly 14,000 followers on Facebook. However, the first post won't be up until September 16th - but don't worry, I will post a link everywhere I can!!!

September will be a very exciting time for me and my business. Not only will my guest blog (my first!) post go up, but I will be going through a re-branding process. I have so many different feelings about this - excited, nervous, worried, elated, relieved, terrified...basically the whole spectrum. It is really important to provide the designers with as much information about myself and my business as possible, so I have been doing a great deal of introspection. I am not sure when the process will begin, but you can be sure I'll keep everyone updated on my progress.

And now, to bed...after a little Super Mario World.

Hope everyone had a great weekend!

P.S. My camera has been shipped off the Nikon for servicing. I miss it dearly, and hope to be getting it back ASAP! So there probably won't be too many pictures posted in the near future.

Friday, August 27, 2010

eat more cake.

"i finally remembered!" a bag of goodies, in a colorful gift bag that reads "EAT MORE CAKE!", appears in front of me.

i had already forgotten my birthday was last weekend. not for any reason really - probably because so many other things have gone through my head that the thought of last weekend has already been pushed out. i think the only thing better than presents on your birthday, is presents when it's not your birthday.

today my gift was from my coworker tracy. i don't know if i had talked about how much i love kitchen gadgets, or if tracy just knows me that well, but she got me some adorable ones! now my pirate dish scrubber has a lady friend! i will add this to my other awesome kitchen gadgets, including the frying pans with cats on them my sister gave me.

sometimes unexpected gifts are the best. you know the ones - from people who are not obligated to buy you a present*. they're not doing it because they have to, but because they want to. so thanks tracy, for making my day (and my kitchen!) a little brighter.

*disclaimer to my family: no, i don't think you buy me gifts because you are obligated. i know you buy me gifts because i am super awesome and your life would be meaningless without me!

Thursday, August 26, 2010

being dorky has it's perks...

MOST days i don't feel old. i try and appreciate the youth i have, and am thankful for my health.

with that said, i have basically given up any hope of regular exercise again. it hurts, and who has time for it? i used to get up at 5 am and go to the gym for an hour of cardio and an hour of yoga...don't ask me how.

so, in one final attempt at trying to not be a lazy sloth, i made my boyfriend buy me dance dance revolution for my birthday. totally dorky & embarassing, but who cares? after 20 minutes of playing on basic mode, with the tempo slowed down, and the breaks between songs, i am sitting here dripping sweat. hey, if i'm going to be dorky, at least i'll look good (but not WHILE i'm doing it; i look like a seizing cat trying to walk across hot charcoal while i'm doing).

i spent a good portion of today listening to jasmine star host an online workshop. she is my new inspiration, from her shooting style to her attitude. in times of chaos, i will just stop and think, "what would jasmine do?"

here is her amazing & creative blog:

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

found: inspiration
august 25, 2010 | kristen schueler photography

two things you should know about me :

i love old stuff.

i believe in fate.

this past weekend, my love of old stuff crossed paths with fate.

friday night after work, i headed home to stamford, ct to see some family and friends. my boyfriend, adam, joined me for the weekend excursion, as it was for my birthday. now, i'm not one of those people who has a "birthday month", where everything is all kristen all the time. i do, however, enjoy picking out a few activities when no one can tell me no. so this past saturday, i wanted to go to some tag sales (or yard sales, garage sales, estate sales...whatever you want to call them). not an unusual activity, but it's something i love to do, and was excited! my parents handed me the paper, and let me chose a handful to go to. a particular one caught my eye immediately, and i circled that, along with three others. and we were off.

the first few tag sales were typical. adam picked up a medicine ball and a cheese platter - always so practical! i missed my chance at a decently prices aeron chair, which would have been nice, but there's always more chairs. the next tag sale we went to was the one that had first caught my eye in the paper. now, one of the things i always have my eye out for is new props for my photography. as soon as i walked up to this house, i saw one - a gorgeous, paper mache rocking horse style tiger. adorable! the woman running the show saw my interest.

"do you have a little one?"

"oh, no, but i do photograph children, and this would be a perfect prop," i responded.

"a photographer? my husband's a photographer also!"

i turn, acknowledging the middle aged man, not thinking much of it. after a few more steps, i saw a collection of vintage kodaks. i find something so fascinating about these, and stop and admire for some time. the man approaches me again, and we start a dialogue about photography. my first judgement assumed he was retired, and took pictures of trees and streams in his spare time, and called himself a photographer. then, he begins to tell me his work crosses over into CGI (computer generated imaging), and only starts out with photographs.

at this point, i become very curious, and start firing questions. he tells me how he started out as a cinematographer (what i originally wanted to do with my career), and transitioned his way into photography through cinema. he leaves out the awards he has won (including four video music awards, one for a pat benatar video!). oh, and he forgot to mention, he just found out he received an international photographer of the year award for 2010 - picked out of 175,000 other photographers.

whoa. this guy is big time. i immediately start feeling a little nervous - almost as if i am out of my element. my fight or flight response kicks in. luckily, i fight. must not look stupid! he goes on to say that he doesn't use photoshop, and can't even afford the software he uses, which has a price tag of $22,000. so he goes into new york and uses it at the school of visual arts, where he also teaches.

did i mention i have been dreaming of the grad program in digital photography at the school of visual arts for about 3 years?? i tell him this, and offers his help. we exchange contact information, and decide to keep in touch.

when i get home, i immediately go to his website. while his work is not for everyone (it involves children and blood and overall weirdness), i am blown away by his technique. when i first changed from film to digital, i was hooked on photoshop, and though my path
would lead me to commercial and advertising work. however, the clients that came my way wanted pictures of their babies & weddings, so i took what came to me. meeting this man motivated me to pursue my love of everything digital, and awakened my original passion for surreal photography. i feel there was a reason our paths crossed, if only to inspire me.

you can view his work at just remember you've been warned.

oh, i also bought two of those vintage cameras! more on those later.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Reese, the Cutest Boxer I've Met | August 24, 2010 | Kristen Schueler Photographer

Had a great weekend home in CT for
my birthday. Met an amazing photographer (more on that later) and had a good time with family and friends. On the way back up to Boston, stopped and saw my college roommate, who was home for a few days from LA. Not only was it great to see her, but I got to photograph her family dog, Reese. She was quite the model - even held her pose until I took the shot! This was too cute not to share immediately!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

A New Journey

Hello all photographers and admirers of all things photographic!

As I am sure many of you do, I often spend time on other photographers blogs, checking out their images, but also learning some things from their posts. I would love to be able to help teach others the amazing techniques I have learned - either on purpose or by accident - about photography and photoshop.

So, I've decided to start writing short tutorials and tips, with the hope of helping & inspiring others. I also feel that teaching others is how I learn best. Feel free to send any questions or techniques you would like to learn!!

And so, here is my first tip:

When getting ready for a shoot, one of the most important settings to check on your camera is your ISO. Most settings can be adjusted without damaging pixels, but there's really nothing that can make an image shot at ISO 1600 look like it was shot at ISO 100. So, what have we learned? Check your ISO, check your ISO, check your ISO!!!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

i came across this on a blog of one of my new favorite photographers, deb schwedhelm ( . her blog is very honest and inspiring, and i wanted to share this poem she had posted, in hopes that it will inspire you as well:

if there was ever a time to dare,
to make a difference,
to embark on something new,
it is now.

not for any grand cause, necessarily…
but for something that tugs at your heart,
something that’s your inspiration,
something that’s your dream.

you owe it to yourself, to make your days count.
have fun, dig deep and dream big.

but know that things worth doing seldom come easy.
there will be good days…
and bad.

there will be times when you want to turn around,
pack it up…
and call it quits.

those are the times when you know you are pushing yourself…
that you are not afraid to learn by trying.

because with an idea, determination and the right tools,
you can do amazing things.

and always remember…
that anything is possible.

– author unknown

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Cecelia's First Birthday | Kristen Schueler Photography

Does everyone remember this little angel?

Today was her first birthday party!

She is still as adorable, if not more. Plus, she makes the BEST faces (see above)! Her party was filled with cake, food, swimming, bag toss, and good times. The reason I love kids birthdays, (besides the cake, games, kids, and general chaos), I get to watch little kids interact with each other. This is fascinating to me! To me, the way they communicate with each other is just like my cats. They play, make noises and gestures at each other, but nobody can understand them, or knows how they can understand each other. Either way, it's adorable, and I end up with pictures like these:

It has been a joy to watch Cece grow, and I am excited to see what the future holds for her.

That's it for now...I hope everyone is enjoying their summer!

Monday, July 12, 2010

Meghan & Ryan: Married! | Kristen Schueler, Boston Wedding Photographer

hello everyone! it's been a while since my last post, but i haven't been doing much shooting. however, this past weekend i did shoot a fantastic wedding! meghan & ryan had an awesome backyard reception, complete with a dancing floor, candle lit walkway, and a huge tent.

i had the pleasure of working alongside dj deja, who was definitely
responsible for the day going smoothly! there were some technically difficulties with electricity, and some timing issues, but she stayed calm and upbeat despite the days challenges. not to mention, she was super cool and played some great tunes :)

the newlyweds are currently headed off to california, where they will drive the pacific coast highway, from san francisco down to san diego. i'm sure they're having a blast!

while i still have so many pictures to go through, here are few, just to give you a little idea of beautiful day!

that's it for now! i'm going through some business changes in the next few months, but hopefully by the beginning of the fall i will be doing an unveiling :D

hope everyone's having a great summer!

Monday, June 14, 2010

i <3 faces - all about babies!

i have perused the photo blog i <3 faces before, but this will be the first week i am entering a picture.  this weeks theme is babies, or anything related to babies, so i had to enter!  here is a picture of stanley, my best friends son.  this is his squishy picture face.  unfortunately they live on the opposite coast, so i only get to see him once a year :(  but i have many amazing pictures of him, which helps when he is so far!

to learn more about what i <3 faces is about, go to

happy monday!

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