Category Archives: families

Fall in Kansas

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From three days I spent in Lawrence, Kansas, to photograph a weekend in the lives of my good friends Aimee & Richard.

A day in the life

A couple weekends ago I visited friends in Washington DC. I photographed them also when their daughter was first born. (You can see those photos here.)

The house that Dan built

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Dan is an architect, and he designed and built this house for his family. They just moved in this February.

Nature trail + dinner

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A little wooded oasis right in the middle of Houston, and dinner at Natachee’s, home of amazing fried pickles.