The Westons are a pretty fabulous family and they recently had a wonderful new addition. His name is John David but around the house he’s called JD. I had photographed them as a family before so when I got a message inquiring about my services for JD I was smiling ear to ear.
It was such a pleasure to photograph him. My heart just wants to burst with glee at how adorable this little guy is. Look at him and tell me your heart doesn’t melt!
Thanks Michelle and Mike for letting me come and photograph your family. I look forward to every moment I get to spend time with y’all. Michelle, you truly are a dear encouragement to me! Love, A.E.
Do you need a little sunshine on a cloudy, gloomy day? I think I do so I decided to post some pictures of a beautiful newborn session I had with Bella. Three week’s old and absolutely adorable!
Rachel and Tim have such an immeasurable amount of joy about Bella it’s wonderful to watch. As new parents they just glow with happiness. I’m so thankful to have been able to photograph this family.
Rachel and Tim-You’re both going to be fabulous parents. Thanks for inviting me into your home and letting me do what I love. Bella’s beautiful and I’m so happy for you both! –A.E.
You’re probably thinking…where did Amy go? I know, I’ve thought it myself. Where am I and what am I doing? Well for the past two weeks I was working on a photo-project for my church. I’ve had other sessions but this one has been one that has captured a lot of my thought. Sunday mornings are a special time for me and I think John Piper clearly explains a part of why in this quote,
“Therefore we eagerly embrace God’s call for new, visible manifestations of love toward each other, our guests, and our neighbors. With a fresh openness and outgoing spirit to each other and to all new people, we henceforth put understanding above accusation, forbearance above faultfinding, and biblical unity above the demand for uniformity.”
I feel like this is a great depiction of what New Life stands for. Everyone there has such a passion for helping and serving each other because of the grace of God. They challenge me intellectually, put me in my place when I’m wrong, laugh with me over wins and bear with me my burdens. I couldn’t ask for a better family!
I was working on the project but it got rudely disrupted by hurricane Irene. I weighed whether I should publish it or wait but then I just went for it. It is a set of black and white photos of my fellow brothers and sisters holding a sign. The sign asks one, simple question
… Are you INKED?
Curious? You should be! September 4th is our launch date for the sermon series at New Life. I want to encourage you to come if you’re in the area and if you’re not, feel free to jump on and watch the live feed. When I travel that’s what I do and it’s great!
I can’t wait for it to start! – A.E.