Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Eagan Ford; Mighty Nephew (aka Awesome Jr.)

This little turkey is what our family was thankful for this Thanksgiving. Ryanne, Jed's sister called Thanksgiving morning and in response to his, "Happy Thanksgiving!" she told Jed, "Happy Birthday!" Eagan Ford joined this world at 4:01 am on November 24th, weighing a hearty 7 pounds 9 ounces, complete with ten finger, ten toes and an awesome head of hair! We love you guys so much!!! Good work :)

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Bonding with Uncle Jed...

Brian, Eagan's dad, is well know for leaving fake insects around to try to catch his guests off guard. Eagan is already playing along to entertain his pops :)

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Will ~ X-Rock Photoshoot of an extreamly talented, well rounded senior

Will is far from your average high school senior. His talents and interests include rock climbing, aerospace design, stage lighting and engineering. He is handsome and personable and on his way to reaching the top. I had a great time hiking up to X-rock with him on this gorgeous fall day. He told me all about his team winning the International Space Settlement Design competition this year. It is still a bit over my head, but I must say, I was very impressed. Thanks, Will, I can't wait to read all about you as you reach your newest goals!

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Corinne ~ Graceful Maden, as Beautiful as Her Name Suggests

Being a ballerina is not an easy task to take on. Perfection is practically unreachable, at least in the eye of the beholder. Kyla and I have never danced. Well, at least in any sort of disciplined way, we dance all the time in the studio, in our living rooms, while we are out with girlfriends, or attending weddings. To commit to dancing is to take on all that comes with it; the empowerment and the critiquing. It is brave and beautiful. Corinne, you are so elegant and strong. Hopefully these photos always remind of that!

Zach ~ Goin For the Gold!

Zach Lokken. Lock that name away in your brains, because it is likely you'll be hearing it again as we near the summer Olympics. This handsome, personable DHS student is leaving in January to start training for a spot on the 2012 C1 team. Not many people out west take on this interesting looking canoe that mimics the playfulness of a kayak. In fact, not many people have even heard of it, but Zach is on his way to mastering it. We were honored to photograph him this fall and we wish him all the luck in the world to reach his goal!

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