This weekend is a huge Consignment Sale happening in Jupiter, Florida and I was honored to both be introduced to Just Between Friends (All thanks to my friend Maggie!) and be asked to snap some images of the sale this year. So I showed up at Calvary Church on Indiantown Road and made my way through the aisles and rooms and found just a few of the many cute things for sale to photograph! It's going on through this weekend so if you have children or, like me, are expecting one on-the-way then the drive is worth it just to see the nice, smiling people who are running the venue...bonus if you find a great deal (which you're sure to)! After reviewing these images I've decidedly realized that I was drawn to the "Baby Items" but be assured that there was everything from Halloween Costumes for all children's ages to Maternity Clothes for Mom's to Games and more!
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
Are you expecting a WP inks envelope in the mail? Well, if you were one of the lovely customers that I've had the pleasure of working with recently then hold the nail-biting and anticipation...this is what Mail Out Time looks like around the WP inks home-front! Isn't it pretty? I'd say that this is prep work at its best! Can life get much better?
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Sunday, August 14, 2011
Showing up to a photo shoot to meet fellow Newmanites is decidedly a pleasant surprise! This is the second week in a row when the family I show up to photograph also has ties to Cardinal Newman High School. Quickly upstaging this fun fact was the cute little Nicholas. He made six-months of life look like it couldn't be easier! He smiled through the heat and so did his parents. Before I lead into the photographic moments, I think it worth noting how fantastically encouraging this couple was of parenthood. Repeatedly hearing how great it is was like "music to my ears". Something to look forward to...
Cheers and enjoy the images!
Posted by E at 7:40 PM
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Within the first few minutes of meeting this wonderfully happy family we discovered that the matriarch and I played Cardinal Newman volleyball together. What a small and lovely world! I would have never put two-and-two together on this, knowing that they flew in from New Jersey for this photo shoot and, of course, a family vacation! Little Patrick and Sean were so delightful to photograph and capturing the love for their parents and Grandmother showed through as apparent as their bright, blue eyes! Wishing this family a great rest of their Florida holiday! Cheers!
Posted by E at 8:45 AM
Monday, August 8, 2011
The Discovery Channel's "Shark Week" seems to make for a fitting time to display my recent ocean-related project involving the inking of a map depicting where the Caribbean Island of Nevis is located. I had the pleasure of working with a family dedicated to ensuring that their wedding Save-the-Dates were ultra fun and exuded the splashing wonderment of their uber-chic island destination wedding (Cheers to Mom and Bride team Kelly & Kerry!). So, naturally, they sought out the wonderful ladies and invitations at Signature Collection, Inc., www.signaturecollectioninc.com, to fulfill such a unique and beautiful card! The multi-ink trifolds turned out so exquisitely and I love that I had the opportunity to be apart of it! This map was so fun to create and so cool to see in the pretty thermography! Cheers to the luxuries in life!
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
If my love for capturing the sweetness of babies hasn't shown through before seeing these photos, then it definitely will afterwards! Despite weathering through the high heat morning and trekking to different boardwalks, Stacey and Scott smiled along with their little three-month-old daughter Logan (Congrats you two!). Without anymore focus than getting little Logan in the frame we moved all about and even surprised a local lifeguard as we were in the middle of his entry to work. So we greeted him, he pleasantly joked that this was a first and we all went on our merry way! Happy viewing of our moments at the seashore!
Posted by E at 10:27 AM