My wife Lorretta and I celebrated 28 years on Friday. Well, 28 years of knowing each other. It would be 5 months after we met that we were married. Throughout the years, we’ve traveled many times to Tybee Island, always looking for new places to explore. The latest place we discovered a couple years ago was Little Tybee Island, which can be accessed by Kayaks.
A good friend from our church asked if we could do their daughters Senior Pictures, and we said yes! Caroline is an honor role student at Edmund Burke Academy and plans on attending Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville, Ga. Caroline is a believer and has a blog where she writes about matters of faith. Check it out here.
We were asked to do a portrait shoot on Thanksgiving morning. These are some friends who will be heading to Thailand after Christmas, and wanted photos with them and their children and grandchildren all together. We know everyone well, and it was really fun!
Having two sons, we realize that photos of them together can be a challenge. Christopher and Aydan did great though! If you have children and haven’t gotten photos of them recently, please give me a call. This is a beautiful time of the year to have photos done.
These are some friends of ours who asked if we could get some photos before their second child Everly was born!
We have a good friend that graduated from college last month, and asked if we could do some portraits. Elizabeth has been a family friend for most of the time we’ve lived in Waynesboro. Continue reading
This is a very special family we’ve known for many years. One of the kids is heading off to college, and they wanted to get a good family photo before she left. It was a beautiful evening!
We just celebrated the marriage of our daughter Chelsea to Ethan Polson out in Jackson, MS. Drew Dempsey was the official photographer; but I couldn’t help taking a few photos here and there! Here’s one of my favorites of Chelsea.
We had the pleasure of meeting the Allen Family while in Swaziland this past summer. We enjoyed getting to know Monica and Steve, and the children. Steve is also a trained Archeologist, who was able to share some really interesting stories about Swaziland.
We met Charles and Sandra Daniels back in 2005. We have stayed in touch through the years, and were able to spend a week with them in Samburu, before they moved to Tanzania.