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tam fam – 2011

Ah, the Tam family. Dear friends and faithful blog readers! Seriously, though, I guarantee Joe will be one of the first and few to be reading this post, and it’s not simply because it’s about him :). I’ve been blessed to have them as my first repeat clients (well, technically) and they are such a breeze to work with. Little K has grown so much in a year (I hear kids tend to do that). I can totally understand now just how precious and valuable it is to get regular family portraits. You can’t freeze time and memories are so hazy – pictures are just the best thing to fight the unstoppable march of time. It was my pleasure to help capture family memories to look back on in the future. Speaking of which, where’s my camera?? Ben’s 30 minutes older than when I sat down to write this and I don’t want to miss it! haha

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letitia & joe

In just about 48 hours, I’m excited to say, my brother-in-law will be getting hitched! I had the great honor of shooting their engagement photos – and what an opportunity it was. I think it comes out clearly in the pictures: these two are a great complement to each other and share such a deep affection. And it’s great fun to see their back and forth! Joe kept pushing Letitia to try fun and different situations for me to capture, and Letitia helped keep Joe grounded in reality 😉

Looking forward to the new family – Ben will be getting a first-rate Auntie!

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You may have noticed a minor, but distinct change up top recently – it was about time to update my selection of mastheads for the site. I was dying to add more portraits/people, and now I think it’s a lot more balanced and, well, happy! 🙂
What do you think?

Hmmm…this makes me want to add more and more. After all, variety is a good thing! Oh, and for those who are curious, there are currently 14 different mastheads in all and they are displayed at random. Hit refresh and you’ll see a new one (usually).

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