, Meet Meredith
If you follow me on Facebook or Instagram then you already know our new, furry baby. His name is Frank and he is the most adorable Cavapoo one will ever meet. Okay, I may be a bit biased when it comes to just how cute he may be. But seriously?? I mean, the dog looks like a stuffed animal. The cute factor is almost out of this world. He is also the most lovable, cuddly, goofy and smart dog I've ever met. He is only 10 weeks and he's already learning to sit, come and fetch. He loves to play chase with Emma-Kate and adores spending his mornings in my lap while I work.
While he tolerates posing for my iPhone, he is not a fan of my camera, especially when I put my big 70-200mm lens on. So, I have only a few 'real' photos to share. Here are a few of my favorites - aka the only ones where he isn't a blur. Enjoy!
I love it when my clients come back to me after their wedding for more portraits. Remember Jamie and Michael? I shot their wedding last May. Jamie emailed me a few weeks ago and asked me to take some Easter portraits for her and Michael. I loved the idea. I loved it even more when she said she wanted to bring Jaws, their bulldog. I secretly hoped she would bring some bunny ears for him, but I opted not to ask about it since cute, fluffy ears on such a masculine pooch might offend Michael. To my surprise, Jamie was on the same wavelength as me and showed up with ears in hand!
Here are a few of my favorite Easter portraits of The Newtons:
Amy Hardin is one of my favorite wedding vendors to work with! She and her Mom have Details, Weddings & Events, a full-service event design and coordination company. They are awesome at what they do and always so much fun to work with! I was super excited when Amy talked to me about shooting her family holiday portraits because she has a little boy who is about the same age as my Emma-Kate AND she wanted to include their horses in the portraits. Awesome light, a spunky toddler and an extra eight legs?? Bring on the photo goodness!!
Here are some of my favorite images from the Hardin's holiday portraits
Amy and Jon met when they were 14 showing horses...