BANANA BREAD BABY | SPRING 2015 FASHION

I’m always excited to photograph the latest and greatest from Banana Bread Baby’s newest collection for spring and summer. Look at these beautiful children(first and foremost),fabrics, and vibrant colors. We were able to shoot within one hour before the noseeums(because you literally can’t see them here in Florida) devoured us. If you haven’t already, check
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Banana Bread Baby | Spring Fashion

I just knew when I first met Brittany and saw her passion for design, retro clothing, and pretty things:), that we were not only going to collaborate together but that I was going to have a new friend here in St. Augustine. She absolutely adores what she does and to watch the love she has
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Banana Bread Baby Spring 2014 Collection

When Brittany asked me to photograph her latest collection from her children’s spring 2014 clothing line, I couldn’t be happier to spend the day photographing happy little girls running around in her vintage/retro inspired dresses dolled up in “soda pop” pastel colors, lace, and playing with cupcake and candy cane props. On top of all
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The Year That Changed Everything: 2013

We moved to Florida when I was about 7 months pregnant which meant we moved our BUSINESS to a new location as well. Scary, yes. Exciting, yes. January 7,2013- Shiloh Marion Wallace was born and changed our world. In a way, I think she changed the way I look at photography. As I look over
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Birthdays and Babies

My in-laws came to visit us last week and we were so excited to see our nieces and nephews since we haven’t seen them in many months. I was beyond ecstatic to photograph Brooks for his one year pictures AND to announce that my sister and brother- in -law are expecting their third bundle of
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Banana Bread Baby: St. Augustine Fountain of Youth

Banana Bread Baby I met Brittany at the St. Augustine’s Old City Farmer’s Market one Saturday morning and I was so drawn to her children’s clothing designs which included dresses covered in lace, vintage buttons, some of my favorite colors including mustard yellow, mint green, slate grey, etc…and who could resist the starfish laden hair
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