Spunk, style, beauty and oozing with personality...this family is deemed the sassy pants family.
I love the drama in these images. Love the colors, textures, the overall mood is just too fun! What a hot mama, too? Check out her shoes and that incredible sequined jacket. She's a hoot. 
Love everything about the family and the images. 

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David Hill says:

These are incredible!

(12.15.09 @ 03:45 PM)
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This drop dead gorgeous sports photographer from Chattanooga/Cleveland area called me up and said she and her kids have a very, very special place they would like to be photographed at for their session. Just so happens it was only a few minutes up the road from where I live. We went over to this old farm that has been in her family for years. She and her kids have visited this old home place for as long as they can remember. They all have their favorite places here, be it a building, the front porch, a barn or the graveyard, since they don't get to come here very often I really wanted to try to give them a piece of the farm to take home with them so they could enjoy the magic of this place all year. I love the images, love the relationship and the connection between this mom and her two super cool kids. 



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Anna says:

I love these pictures, they are absolutely breathtaking. You have captured my sister, nephew and niece perfectly! Every time I watch the slide show it gives me chills. You are very talented!

(12.22.09 @ 12:39 PM)
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And I'm not sure if I'm talking about the mom or her little punkin'! ha. What a beautiful mommy and her son. A gorgeous day, a gorgeous farm, a gorgeous family and a few priceless images (my absolute fave is with the violin down toward the end). Enjoy!



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I'm continually blessed to get to work with such awesome people. My husband Kevin has known this family for several years and has always spoke very highly of them. Just a few short years ago, this (very thoughtful) husband came to me wanting to surprise his wife by have their children photographed (what a man, heh?). Since then, our relationships have blossomed and Kevin now works for his firm at Crossbridge Advisors.  It's been a great couple of years getting know their family more and more and love being able to freeze such a sweet time in their journey for them. Take a peek!



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So, every year Amanda and I try to push the envelope farther and farther. This year, we dreamed as big as we absolutely dared while a) not compromising where the family was in their journey in life and b) not trying to work out ANY logistics during the brainstorming process. I think that's a huge key in creating a dreamy/ out of the box session....let go of logistics and let your mind explore ALL the possibilities. Anything can happen. Right, Amanda? lol...

Love this family in so many ways. What a huge impact they've made on my family. Love, love, love doing life with them. 


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Garrett & Joy says:

These are absolutely spectacular! Congrats to everyone involved.

(11.29.09 @ 10:37 PM)
Jess Wernes says:

Love it! and I love hearing about how so much went into getting the exact shot you wanted. You've succeeded in that they appear effortless!

(11.29.09 @ 10:49 PM)
Morgan Trinker says:

Wow. The images of the bed floating on the water are to die for. This must have taken so much preparation and work to set up, but I know it's so worth it to see the final images. Dreamy and mysterious... love it!

(11.29.09 @ 11:24 PM)
Dorothy Snyder says:

Amazing photo session! It's clients like these that make it so rewarding!!

(11.29.09 @ 11:36 PM)
Stephanie Zettl says:

Beautiful work as always Tina!

(11.30.09 @ 03:12 PM)
Patsy Skorupa says:

Wow! You never cease to amaze me with your gifting, your artistry, your passion! Even long distance, I love you sweet girl!

(11.30.09 @ 06:44 PM)
Jessica B says:

Hi Tina, I saw this album at the Vision Art Books booth at WPPI today. This is an amazing session and such a gorgeous album!!! Congratulations! After being blown away by the creativity and style and beauty of the album, of course I had to find out who the artist was so I could blog stalk them! :) Consider me a new reader of your blog.

(03.10.10 @ 11:57 PM)
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