Welcome to the Stage Rockstar Angel Caleb!

Baby Caleb arrived only a few weeks ago and he is absolutely beautiful! I haven’t quite figured out who he looks like between mom and dad, but I definitely know that he’s an adorable little fella and so well behaved. I have affectionately been deemed uncle and I couldn’t be prouder of this little fella. Mom and dad are both doing well and adjusting nicely to parenthood. Based on our newborn photo session, it is clear that Caleb is ready to be a star. He was so excited about all of the attention that even after his feeding he refused to go to sleep. Instead he posed for us, gave us the occasional smile (no, it wasn’t gas…it was a smile darn it!) and was on his best behavior.

We started off with a slightly sleep Caleb, but as you can see he quickly woke up gave us an awesome baby smile and was ready for his closeups!
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No matter how many baby portrait sessions I do, it never ceases to amaze me just how incredibly little this rockstar angels are. Caleb’s had is too small to fully grab daddy’s finger and 16 years from now he’ll probably be taller than dad and able to beat dad on the court. If that’s not a miracle, I don’t know what is.
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Next Caleb decided to REALLY show off by rolling over for the very first time. It was a bit of a struggle at first, but once he got going, he was really moving and just look at the joy in him once he finally made it onto his back. By the time he was done, the room was chanting Caleb…Caleb…Caleb! Like I said, welcome to the stage you little Rockstar Angel.
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And a session with a baby boy wouldn’t be complete without a kiss from papa. Man, this little guy is in great hands and I can’t wait to see the type of man he becomes.
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Senior Vogue!

I don’t know if it’s America’s Next Top Model, or the fact that Seniors these days have a better sense of self and confidence. In either case, I’m loving all the creativity and new media out there for Senior Portrait sessions. When I was in school, we handed out wallets and you were “edgy” if you wallet was a design with you on the cover of GQ Magazine. Now Seniors have full page ads that feature just how awesome they are. I am loving this opportunity to feature my photography, graphic design and of course my AWESOME seniors! Teen Vogue, watch out…this years fund raising Senior Ad book might just out do you.