So, this is really a not-so-wordless post! How could I be wordless on my little boy’s birthday?! I can’t believe that my wonderful Zachary is four years old. Here is baby Zachary at two days old in the hospital: And here’s my very handsome, very grown up four-year-old boy! Zachary is such a sweet, funny… Read More Zachary is 4! (Not so Wordless Wednesday)
I clearly remember waking up the morning of 9/11/01. I was a sophomore at the University of Central Florida then. My phone had been buzzing next to my head for a few minutes, the same person calling over and over. I kept hitting ignore. Naturally, I’d stayed up too late the night before, doing God-knows-what… Read More 10 Years Since The World Changed
I haven’t posted a really substantial post here in a while, but as I was making dinner last night I realized that Zachary is turning three in just over two very short months, and I have not made time to write an update about all the amazing things going on in our lives! He is… Read More Nearly three and running a mile a minute!
My dad is a Vietnam Veteran (1st Lt. Peter Berlin), and part of his tour of duty was spent in the 221st Signal Company in the Army Pictorial Unit, capturing life on the front lines! My dad’s experience as a photographer was instrumental in my own love of photography growing up. He gave me a… Read More Celebrate Memorial Day by Remembering Veterans: Photos from Vietnam
Very special pics of the week today! When my friend Alicia Williams from Cordele Photography was visiting here in Miami earlier this month, I asked if she could do some photos of our family. We never got around to doing a family photo shoot last November around Z’s birthday, so we were in dire need… Read More Pic of the week: Our family photo shoot at the Fontainebleu Hotel in Miami Beach!
I’ve seen quite a few launches over the past 10 years. My first shuttle launch was ten years ago on March 8, 2001 (seen with my friend Ben to celebrate his birthday). Ironically it was Discovery, the same shuttle that I saw yesterday with Adrian, Zachary, and my parents. The first launch you see is an… Read More Space Shuttle Discovery’s Last Launch
I’m going to start this post with a conclusion. A resolution. Something that I have never done, and until recently, never saw as feasible. I want to publish a book, and when you read the rest of my story, you’ll understand why. I’ve been sharing my life online for nearly 15 years now. In fact,… Read More the woman I am meets the girl I was…
Want to know more about me? I’m a mom with a camera, but my camera was with me long before I was a mom. If I hadn’t found photography, I don’t know what I would be doing, or how I could have been happy doing it. I love music and shopping. I’m thankful to have… Read More Pieces of me
Ten years ago, I started college at the University of Central Florida, majoring in Radio/TV and minoring in Anthropology. I was really interested in Anthropology – maybe even as a major, so before I started school, my parents drove up with me to visit the university and I scheduled a meeting with a professor whose… Read More Remembering Dr. Zorn, Knightcast, & UCF
Being a wedding photographer, how could I resist today’s Twitter Blog Hop – the theme is WEDDINGS!!!! First off, I have to apologize for the quality of my scans. Yes, my wedding was shot on film. Come on, I got married in 2004. Digital was still new…. and I have a TON of medium format… Read More Twitter Wedding Blog Hop