3am wakeup?

3am wakeup?

Real talk …. just keeping it real – because I don’t want you to think I really have it all figured out.

It’s currently 6:30am, I’ve been awake since 3am.  You know those mornings, something wakes our soul up at some random time, and your body laughs at you and says “you just THOUGHT you were getting some extra sleep today”.  It’s one of those times in life, where you have LOTS of things going on, lots of things coming up, you are trying to figure out how to line it all up so you don’t drop or miss anything.  Surely, i’m not the only one.  Right?  Tell me I’m right.

Since 3am, I flip flopped like a fish out of water for an hour, I got up and went to the other room and surfed TikTok (yeah, i get sucked in there), I created and sent out about 15 invoices for the boutique, brain stormed and did some research on black Friday sales, sent my assistant some notes on some thoughts, and now…  I’m emptying my brain for the moment.  For my other Girl Bosses out there… this one is for you.

How in the world do you map out all of your ideas, thoughts and dreams?  I currently have 3 projects in my brain that are taking up way too much space.  How do you build action plans and really stick to them?  If I ever wondered where my kids got there ADHD from, I have quickly learned the answer over the last 5 years.  How in the world, do you stay on track and keep the plates spinning?  Well, maybe not just spinning – how do you keep them spinning and still move forward and make progress?


My brain is officially on overload.  I think it’s maybe the feeling of the end of the year quickly approaching and knowing how busy it gets.  My goal every year is to not get buried in the daily details and do things to make a bigger impact…. and then… well… my brain kicks in and I feel like I’m drowning again.

What you might see from the outside is a crazy girl who has multiple businesses and seems to be pulling it off pretty well.  Real talk – how i feel??  A little girl still playing in a big kids playground and just trying to find that clear path to balancing it all out and really making progress.  To my fellow Girl bosses, we never stop dreaming, we never stop hustling… we might just stumble a little along the way.

Here’s to each of you that woke up WAY too early with the squirrels running wild in your brain.  Grab another cup of coffee, pull your big girl panties on, and let’s go do this!!


All my love


Jayden | Burleson Centennial High School | Senior Photographer

Jayden | Burleson Centennial High School | Senior Photographer

Class of 2021 Senior Jayden

Class of 2020 ended in a way that we never thought possible.  I’m so thankful for my 2021 Senior families that are booking their senior sessions now.  They are embracing every single moment of this year and the senior experience.  I was so honored to be chosen to photograph Jayden and her Senior Session.  We hung out on a HOT Saturday afternoon and made some awesome image that really show off her personality and style.

Get to know Jayden

What are you up to outside of school? Choir, playing piano and guitar, worship/church, hanging with friends and family

What is your fashion style? Comfort all the way.  I love shopping at the vintage shops

If you had one item that represented you, what would it be?  My guitar for sure

How do you want people to think of you?  As being kind.


Sweet girl – I can’t wait to see what all you accomplish in life.  You have a kind heart and you are full of love and grace.  Stay that way.


Owens Family Powder Paint Session | Arlington Family Photographer

Owens Family Powder Paint Session | Arlington Family Photographer

Powder Paint Family Session

When we decided to theme out family sessions this year – I knew it needed to be something fun.  Something out of the ordinary.  Something that made families laugh non-stop and fall in love with each other again.  Little did I know, this would be the best therapy for them AND for me.

These sessions are SO MUCH FUN.  So messy.  So much laughter and no stress.  Our families have all enjoyed themselves and these images will forever be some of my favorites.  Oh….and we do start with some traditional clean images as well. 🙂


Tricia | DFW Head Shot Photographer

Tricia | DFW Head Shot Photographer

Tricia’s Head Shots For Her New Promotion

Girl I get it, no one looks forward to head shots.  This is one segment of my business that I think more people dread.  Especially if you are not normally in front of a camera.  This sweet lady has given me the honor to document her daughters before, but never herself.  She walked in and I could feel the dread radiating off of her.  However, I love the challenge and I love that I have the honor to show someone how beautiful they are.  My goal for each head shot session is quick and painless.  Head shots should be long and convoluted – but you should also have an opportunity to connect with your photographer.

The message I received after Tricia saw her gallery absolutely made my day!!  “Omg these are amazing!! How do I buy more?”

Mission accomplished.

Hawkins Family | Grandview Tx Family Photographer

Hawkins Family | Grandview Tx Family Photographer

Hawkins Family Session – Grandview TX

Family sessions always get busy in the fall.  One of the greatest things about these sessions is when you can photograph families in an environment that has special meaning to them.  It’s also pretty awesome when you can get extended families together.  This session checked all the boxes for me.

The Hawkins Family will forever hold a special place in my heart.  I’ve been blessed to photograph them in several different avenues.  They are so fun, full of life, and don’t take things too seriously.  But let’s be honest – while they are a beautiful family – Sweet Ezra is the show stopper.  His big blue eyes can literally stop you in your tracks.

We photographed the family at their home – and what a stunning location.  The light couldn’t have been better that evening and it helped highlight some incredible areas of their property.  The landscaping and sculptures added such an incredible detail to their session.  My hope is that they cherish these images for years to come.