Monthly Archives: July 2009

C + J: A casual wedding with style…

And what a wonderful day it was.  C was stunning in her gorgeous dress and J looked like the happiest man on earth.  C did a great job of incorporating her artistry in the ceremony and at the reception.  Dinner was delicious prepared by Chef J himself (the groom) and a couple of his fellow chefs. […]

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JK Wedding Entrance Dance from Youtube…

This was pretty hilarious, so I thought I’d share.  I’ve been watching this Youtube video over and over again since it was shared to me on Facebook.

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Bubbly Monique…

Once again, mother nature gave us a break.  It was a lovely sunny morning and we both had a blast doing the shoot.  Monique was so game and enthusiastic in her role as the model.  She has a bubbly personality and it showed in all the photos.   It’s always great to shoot with someone who […]

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Itty Bitty Friends…

I’ve been a busy bee this couple of weeks.  So I’m kinda behind on photo blogging.  I have a lot to share, but have not made the time to do it all.  But here are some from my previous kids photo session. Baby Anya is so adorable.  She looks like the little Anna I had […]

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M + W: A sweet wedding in New York

The wedding gallery is ready for viewing.

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Happy 4th…

So it was raining, but the fireworks continued.  People flock to Burlington Waterfront for fireworks display, despite rain.  A lot of boats was out in the water as well. This was my first time photographing fireworks, and it was so silly of me not to bring my tripod.   I totally relied on my clamp.  It […]

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SBP site featured on Portfoliositez.com

I totally forgot all about this one.  Thanks to my fellow photographer for reminding me.  My site got featured and posted on June 10th 2009.  Please click here to visit their blog.  By the way, this site is an Andy template from Portfoliositez.com.  Portfoliositez is an all-in-one hosting and website templates for creative professionals and students. […]

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