It's Holiday Card Photo Time!

The holidays are coming faster than you can say "where did summer go?" To save yourself the last-minute stress of rounding up the family for photos, the best time to book your holiday photo shoot is now! This year, in addition to classic family portraits, I'm offering quirky space-themed sessions for those of you who are looking for something a little... different.

Book now so you can relax later, egg nog in hand, while everyone else is stressed about what to do for cards this year!

2010 :: The Year in Review

As I write this, I'm bundled up in bed, struggling through day three of the flu. My hot date for New Years Eve will consist of matzah ball soup, a movie marathon, and a nap or three. I figured it was as good a time as any to look back on the amazingness that was 2010.

January Project Runway Party. A whole lot of R&R, including a last minute trip to NJ to visit family.

February Paws in the Park, Dress Trashing, Carnival of Love, and the bronchitis that wouldn't quit.

March Three wonderful weddings {1, 2, 3} and a proposal and US Weekly!

April Tokyo. Vietnam. A super cool engagement session.

May Got another year older (boo!) 2 fab weddings {1,2}

June Puppy power and family fun.

July Home sweet home. A fun Gator engagement session.

August Maui. Kauai.

September Sleep, a wedding, and more sleep.

October Two weddings {1,2} and a Bar Mitzvah. A fun family portrait session in New Jersey.

November Awesome engagements {1, 2}. New York. A Thanksgiving weekend wedding.

December Was actually quite uneventful from a work perspective. And that's just the way I wanted it. For the first time in a long time, I was able to enjoy the holiday season and family and friends. Granted, I'm ending the year with a whimper instead of a bang, but I couldn't have asked for a better year!

Happy Flu New Year! Here's to hoping that 2011 is just as amazing (if not more) than 2010!

SPCA of Central Florida 2010 Paws in the Park

$160,000. That's a lot of money raised to help animals in need. And despite the cold (and I do mean COLD!) weather last Saturday, a ton of people came out and supported the SPCA and raised all that money! Every year I'm honored to be a part of this great event and I'm especially thankful that this year my dear friend - and amazing photographer - Suzie Seagraves was there to help me out!

SPCA's Paws in the Park at Lake Eola

Looking for a fun way to spend your Saturday? Head over to Lake Eola this Saturday, February 12, for the SPCA of Central Florida's 16th Annual Paws in the Park Pet Walk. From 9am until noon pets, pets lovers, and all sorts of pet related vendors will take over Lake Eola in an effort to raise $140,000 for the SPCA. Photographing these events is so much fun for me - hope to see you there!