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New Year's Eve at Candoro Marble

The new year came swinging in at Candoro Marble Arts and Heritage Center with a 1920's speakeasy.  Casino games, hot food, drinks and dancing kept the place jumping!  Here are some of the rogue's gallery I captured of the guests, all of whom received a souvenir picture to remember the night.

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Miss Riley

A "regular" client, Miss Riley, got in front of my camera for a session.  It is important to have images made of your children when they are very young since the changes in their life are rapid.  Speaking of fast things, so are toddlers - but, challenge accepted!  Nothing like getting down to their level for fun and play!

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Introducing Image Folios from Graphistudio

Some images are exceptional and deserve their own collection and customized storage.  I am very pleased to offer this gorgeous import from Italy's Graphistudio, their image folios.  If you are looking for an extraordinary way of displaying your images, consider this!

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Why I Include Engagement Sessions With My Wedding Packages

Bekah and Shea's engagement session took place in a location that is very special to them - the fabulous Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina!.  I always include an engagement session with my wedding packages - read here to find out why!

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People of Note: Jody Butler.

Meet Jody Butler, LCSW of Cove Mountain Counseling.  As part of my ongoing series of highlighting my headshot clients, I want you to learn about this healer in Maryville who offers counseling to those with addictions and PTSD, as well as a unique way of overcoming those obstacles we place in our way!

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People of Note: Jenny Keller, Author

Here is an installment in my new series, Person of Note, that highlights the people whom I photograph for their headshots.  Meet Jenny Keller, an up-and-coming write of Christian fiction whose book is set in one of the most beautiful spots in the world - the Great Smoky Mountains!

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Reuse. Recycle. Redeem.

In designing Sierra's shoot, I knew there was a look I wanted, but did not have the right accessory.  I found it at one of the Knox Area Rescue Mission's thrift stores, allowing me to reuse, recycle, and most importantly, help someone to redeem their life.  Maybe that is why Sierra looks exceptionally lovely in these portraits.

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