Monthly Archives: November 2007

one last halloween post…

I forgot to post two shots of my mantle during Halloween. Yes, it is untimely, but I thought I did a pretty neat job and just wanted to share it. Really easy to do.  I just searched for civil war photos, printed them out on plain (gasp!) paper and taped them to cheap mats.  I…

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fine art session: big dog ridgeback

I’m pretty amazed how people are finding me these days. Turns out my sweet ride shots tickled some bike fancy! After I posted those shots, a few weeks later I received a call regarding shooting a Fine Art Session – a Big Dog Ridgeback Motorcycle which has won two “Best of Show” in bike shows…

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  • Awesome!

  • Erin

    great bike…. love the angles you shot!ReplyCancel

  • Hugh Hughes

    Skilled artists with a true passion for their work like Laura are hard to find. When seeking out these artists a no compromise attitude is the only way to go. Laura clearly has passion for her craft to go along with a great amount of skill. Her ability to capture the artistry of the subject is quite evident. She was very easy and accommodating to work with, a real pleasure, and simply a great person to meet and know. Plus it was only a 9 hour round trip from our home. Well worth the drive and one we will absolutely do again.

    Thank you very much

    Hugh & EmmaReplyCancel

  • Michelle

    Dear Hugh,
    I am so glad you have a finger on the pulse of the fine woman I call my best friend. I felt extra proud of her reading your post. Your Big Dog is COOL. Your photos came out great.
    xoxo MichelleReplyCancel

  • Marie

    Rockstar, you’ve done it again! ReplyCancel

  • Fay

    This bike is SICK!ReplyCancel

  • john sullivan

    congrats to Laura and Hugh. you both have a great “eye”!


  • […] thanks to Emma & Hugh Hughes (see the Fine Art Session of Hugh’s Big Dog Ridgback) who sent me this awesome bag of coffee a week and a half […]ReplyCancel

  • […] I couldn’t have Emma & Hugh drive 4.5 hours for their Fine Art Session without tossing them in front of the […]ReplyCancel

  • […] and  I knew I was meant to photograph their wedding.   Especially since Ed fell in love with my Big Dog Ridgeback Shoot (although he did call it a Harley,  he knows not what he says).   These two are just so AMAZING […]ReplyCancel

another preview

Metal has been becoming an increasingly popular trend 😉 Here’s another preview from a Fine Art Photography Session.

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  • Oooooooh, I LOOOOOVE the chrome look!

    Miss you on IM, sista… by the way, I just sent you a BIG referral and I’ll probably send you 2 more (if you feel like doin some 2008 weddings.)


the ratsey family

It is very flattering when people travel from afar to visit me! Afar being a relative term – as of late I’ve had two visits from other states and I have another flying in this week!!! I’ve known Susan for many, many years – we actually had the same Reem Acra gown for our wedding…

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  • sweet family, great shots and me lurvs your picket fence!!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Susan

    It was AWESOME to finally meet you and your family. We had such a blast, and coffee and cookies to BOOT!! I’m passing your name on to EVERYONE I know with confirmation that you are truly worth the 2 1/2 hour drive it took to get to you 🙂
    You’re so gifted Laura. We adore the pictures and can’t wait to hang them in our home. Good luck with the permits. Some people REALLY need to mind their own (rolling my eyes)
    Kisses!! xxx


  • marie

    These are awesome – they look like they belong in a GAP ad!!! You’ve done it again, captured pure love.ReplyCancel

  • samantha

    great shots lauraReplyCancel

  • These photos are just stunning. What great photos and what a shocker to see the Ratsey family here.

    Hey Susan, how have you been? Long time no see.

    – StefanieReplyCancel

  • Thanks for all of the kind words!ReplyCancel

  • they would be crazy not to use that last photo for their xmas cards. i have a shoot tomorrow that i’m really looking forward to – this will be the third xmas i’ve photographed the little boy and now he has a brother!ReplyCancel

  • […] of you may remember Susan and her lovely family. Finally getting around to posting some photos from Susan’s maternity […]ReplyCancel