Meet Victoria and Chase! I had the pleasure of photographing this cute couple. They are full of love and fun!
Meet Addison! On April 13th I had the pleasure of getting to photograph this gorgeous girl for her senior Portraits. We headed downtown and then to the Knoxville Botanical Gardens to get some great shots and enjoy the awesome weather. Continue reading
Last weekend I had the pleasure of photographing and meeting a very sweet, beautiful baby girl. Her name is Lily. The meaning of the name Lily in Hebrew is “Pure.” In this case, pure, unadulterated, sweetness.
Just a friendly reminder that this Saturday, April 20th is Spring Mini Session Day!! There are still slots open if you are looking for a sweet deal on photos (insert cheesy car dealer voice?) But in all seriousness, it really is a good opportunity if you are looking for portraits, pet portraits, baby portraits, a couples session, family or some professional photos. Remember that it’s $100 for an hour session and 50% all prints. Contact me at http://www.runawayalice.com.
That’s right, pretty soon you’ll be meeting Baby Awesome. Meet my brother and Sister in Law, Ben and Julie. In June I will officially be an Aunt (actually twice, my other brother and sister in law are expecting too!) Ben and Julie decided to leave the sex of the baby a surprise so right now, we just know that it’s baby awesome. So to celebrate, we headed back to where Ben and Julie met, the University of Virginia for some great pictures!
“Happiness can be found in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light.”-Albus Dumbledore
So, I have a confession. I am a bit of a Harry Potter fan. A bit may be a little bit of an understatement…I’m a big Harry Potter fan. I have read the books, watched the movies, and then listened to the books on tape at work several times. Call me a sucker but I love a good story about good versus evil. I knew my friend Kristin and I would be good friends when we both confessed that we were rereading harry potter and were reading the same book, and at the same spot. It was meant to be.