Wendy and Adam

November 9th, 2008 by Chad

We loved getting to come out to Nyssa again.

Wendy and Adam

Your children are growing so quickly.

Some of Wendy and Adam\'s children and grandchildren

And your grandchildren seem to be trying to outnumber you.

Kari and Joseph

November 8th, 2008 by Chad

We had so much fun with you.

Kari and Joseph

And your family is beautiful.

Kari and Joseph and family

Look at all those toes.  Have you ever stopped to wonder how many toes you have in all?

50 toes!

We can’t wait for the next opportunity we have to be blessed by your family.

Parma Class Reunion

November 8th, 2008 by Chad

You guys are a seriously fun-loving bunch.


We had a great time working with you.


I think we laughed just about all night.

Sheri and Tyson

November 7th, 2008 by Chad

We loved the simple beauty of your wedding and reception.


And you continue to amaze us with your quiet confidence.


Thank you for letting us be a part of your celebration.


November 4th, 2008 by Chad

Okay, so I’m jealous.  Not only are you graduating this year with an amazing list of accomplishments behind you…


But you’re also going to be attending one of the premier photography schools in the nation.

Blake with camera

Knock ’em dead.

Suzuki Institute

November 2nd, 2008 by Chad

We loved getting to see and hear this amazing group of children.

Suzuki Institute

The Suzuki method enables even very small children to quickly learn and play music.

Cecilia and Joe

October 31st, 2008 by Chad

We loved getting to meet your family.

Cecilian and Joe and baby

You have a sweet baby.

Joe and baby

May you treasure her forever.

Challis and Abram

October 29th, 2008 by Chad

We loved getting to have you in front of the camera again.

Challis and Abram's Family

Your little family is growing!


Look at those smiles.  Irresistible.


This is a Dad who, after having three (albeit beautiful) daughters, is proud to finally have a boy.

Cobbler’s Children

October 21st, 2008 by Chad

The Cobbler’s children can never seem to find their shoes.


And don’t they look lovely anyway?


You’d never guess by looking at their faces that their poor little feet are freezing.


Still, it’s time for some shoes.

Tawna and Cy

October 19th, 2008 by Chad

It was fun to have the chance to help you create some fantastic images, especially after I learned that I had attended one of your concerts.


You are wonderful musicians and true professionals.


You two make a great team.