Pixies | Cypress, TX Child/Family Photographer

Every shoot is a new adventure.  This one took me to one of Houston’s most magical and hidden treasures the Mercer Arboretum & Botanic Gardens.  Walking into the gardens is like walking into a mythical land.  The trees, shrubs, flowers and lush green lawns seem to become animated and interact with the people that come to adore them.  The Sincler family looked like they belonged.  The two little girls were transformed into beautiful mischievous little pixies playing amongst the mystical back drop of the gardens.  The magic did not stop with the sweet pixie children but ebbed from their fun loving parents as well.  Although mischievous by nature these little pixies were on their best behavior especially when I waived a dainty, neatly wrapped package stacked full of a sweet pastel rainbow of Smarties in front of them.   This family had a very full and a very special day – it was their daddy’s birthday!  He was a lucky daddy too; his two beautiful little pixie girls smiled, giggled and played the shoot away.

  • Tanzyn Ambrose - omigosh, cuuuuties! Love your blog as well!:)ReplyCancel

  • Trudie - Such a gorgeous family.ReplyCancel

  • sara - oh what sweet girls! they are such naturals!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - Beautiful family! Love the images!ReplyCancel

  • Anna - what a beautiful family, gorgeous photos too!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly - Great location and super cute little ones. Love it.ReplyCancel

  • Christy F - What a fab location! And you captured some perfect portraits!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kerri - Beautiful family and photographs!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - I really love that you are using this blog as a website. It is a really functional and practical business idea (not to mention it is aesthetically gorgeous).

    Also, this is a really well-written blog. I like the in-text links. If you ever need someone to edit for you I wouldn’t mind.

    Love your photos. Kind of amazing. :)ReplyCancel

  • tanja - what a pretty family :) great images!ReplyCancel

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