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Hi there!

Thanks for stopping by my little spot on the web. My name is Kim and I am hobbyist photographer in Austin, Texas. Yee-Haw!

I share my home with my husband, three crazy kids and one rescue dog. 

My photography mainly invloves my family, our friends and our life. I also have a passion for photographing animals. I volunteer my time photographing some of the dogs at my local county shelter--I love telling their story and showcasing their personalities to help them find their forever family. 


Monthly Archives: March 2011

Just sitting

When I met up with this family, this little dude was just starting to sit up.  It’s such a cute phase that babies go through. I love watching them try to balance.  It’s one of the first stages of  independence and adds so much to their budding personality. I had such a great time getting […]

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Sisters

“A sister is a little bit of childhood that can never be lost” Marion C. Garrretty These silly sisters had a great time when we were together. They couldn’t stop giggling every time they created their own “poses”!     I caught the above shot when I was working with Mom and Dad. Oldest sister […]

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Couldn’t be cuter

    They don’t know it yet, but this little sweetie and my daughter are going to be BFFs.  This little darling recently turned six months old and couldn’t be any cuter.            

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These Boots…

These boots were worn nearly everyday for the last 18 months, by my now 5-year-old son. What I love is that he wore these boots rain or shine, hot or cold, pants or shorts and never batted an eye. There is nothing cuter or funnier than a child in the dead of summer in a […]

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Turning Two, Times Two.

I had the opportunity to shoot these cuties for their second birthday. It was an unusually chilly day for the time of year, but that didn’t stop these two! Chasing after one two-year-old is tough, chasing after twins will wear you out. My hat is off to their Mama.

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