Monthly Archives: January 2013

Cone Chapel Wedding, Searcy Arkansas: Stephen and Michaelah Part Two

Oh yes…..part two.  :)  I had such a hard time narrowing down images for the first post, that I thought…View full post »

Grandkinds | Searcy, AR Child Photographer

What a great session!  I love that more grandparents are scheduling portrait sessions with their grandchildren.  WhatView full post »

Cone Chapel Wedding, Searcy Arkansas : Stephen and Michaelah

This day was completely covered in prayer from start to finish.  And you could tell it! God had his hand over these twoView full post »

Wedding at The Brick Room, Conway Arkansas: Steven and Kristen

Kristen and Steven’s day was beautiful, and perfectly them.  I am very honored to have gotten to spend the dayView full post »

Black & White Goodness… | Portrait Artist, Cheryl Weaver

It’s funny how things go in cycles.  When I first started in photography over 10 years ago, I preferred black &View full post »

Baby Girl | Searcy, AR Child and Newborn Photographer

I had the privilege of photographing these two precious little girls yesterday!  I documented the first year of AddysonView full post »

Little Rock Engagement Session: Jordan and Erynn

I was super excited for this day to finally arrive and spend it with this couple getting to know them a little betterView full post »

Winners Announced: 2012 Favorites Contest | Searcy, AR Photography Studio

Congratulations to the Collins family!  Their image was chosen as our 2012 Favorite! And for our 2nd winner, we usedView full post »

It’s a CONTEST!!!! | Searcy, AR Photography Studio

We had so many fun sessions this past year and enjoyed each and every one of them.   It was a GREAT 2012 and we wantView full post »

Makes my heart smile……

Sara’s mom booked a mini session for these two sweethearts while they were home from college and together onView full post »

Powhatan, Virginia Wedding: Sarah and Hunter

I want to start with a warning.  There will be LOTS of black and white photos.  Black and white images are my absoluteView full post »