I’m jazzed to have a studio sample of my senior boy album now and it looks just as great as the senior girl album!

I just love this picture I took recently of my daughter.   We did this snowy session at my favorite shooting location in Flying J Park while the snow was falling heavily.  We love this picture so much that we are planning to recreate it in the Spring, Summer and Fall.


As my children have turned into teenagers, I have found that I don’t photograph them as often as I used to.  When I pull out my cell phone, I am usually disappointed in the quality of the image.  There is a new camera coming out that is said to have DSLR quality called the Light L16 Compact Camera developed by Light.co.  I have two colleagues in the area who are already on the waiting list.  I am excited by the possibilities of this camera and cannot wait to hear how my friends like it!   #VantagePoint

Every year I don’t buy my kids’ school pictures and instead take them myself.  Since this school year is almost over, I realized that I needed to get on the ball!  I’ll use one of my daughter’s snowy senior pictures (see previous blog post) for hers but needed a new one of my son.   And he just got a new haircut so now was the time!


My daughter and I were sitting watching the snow fall when she said, “Hey Mom! Let’s go take some snowy senior pictures.” Heck yeah! She’s an upcoming senior and we’re thinking about trying to capture every season. Wouldn’t that make a great senior album?

My senior album studio sample is here and it is gorgeous! For more pictures go to http://www.amyphoto.com/senior_album.shtml.


This mom contacted me last Fall about getting some snowy portraits of her son. Typically early winter snow storms are too cold so we waited until a spring snowstorm to schedule the session. Super nice kid – I really enjoyed working with him!

I loved photographing this sweet newborn a couple weeks ago. So tiny and perfect. ❤ The green blanket was made by this baby’s great grandma before she passed away so we worked hard to incorporate it into the pictures.