Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Once again my girlie girl.

If there is one thing I can't resist is the opportunity to use a new background. Not one you purchase through a photography outlet but one that you create yourself. I purchased a new comforter for my bed. I can tell you that I bought it because I thought it would look beautiful in my bedroom but I would be fibbing just a little. I mainly bought it because it caught my eye for photos...lol. I think it worked out just fine. :) Of course I pulled my kiddo into my mission. She was kind enough to oblige as long as there was some make believe and makeup involved. In the first few you will see that I absolutely jumped at the chance for just that. She said she felt like something out of the matrix. Through grins and giggles we came up with these most beautiful, most serious faces. It kills me that she has the ability to bring on this seriousness in between snorts and laughter...lol.

I am getting more and more of these smiles lately and I would be lying if I told you that I didn't love it. This smile is what makes my heart smile. I love my girl!

Monday, February 9, 2009

Another assignment and A combination of the both of us.

I had a new assignment to do for a photography forum I belong to. The assignment was "Tools of a trade." My hubby is a firefighter so I decided to team up with him to show his trade and my photography. I am very pleased as to how this turned out and will be hanging this in our home soon.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

I feel very blessed

I was accepted into the Littlest Heroes Project. The Littlest Heroes Project is a non-profit based organization founded in January 2008, made up of professional photographers nationwide that provide free photo sessions to our nations Littlest Heroes. This is our way of giving back and taking a stand for these children who sometimes feel forgotten because of their illnesses. We are here to let them know that they are heroes to many, and to share their inspirational stories and photos with the world.

This means so much to me. My brother lost his beautiful little angel Gabriel to cancer. Gabriel was diagnosed with rhabtoid tumors as a little baby. As you see in the picture below Gabriel was a little warrior, even cancer couldn't break his spirit or take his smile away. I dedicate any work I do for this organization to my sweet little nephew. Your are truly missed you beautiful little boy.
Gabriel Lampson
January 10, 2000-November 29, 2000

For more information on this project as a photographer or a family in need please visit www.littlestheroesproject.org