Nov 252014
 
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I had the opportunity to spend a couple hours one recent cold morning photography this wonderful family. That cold morning they were trooper, like they have had to learn to be in life. Their youngest son has TSC and they have go through many battles since his birth that many of us have never known or can comprehend the challenges they face. It was a wonderful couple hours capturing the love that holds this family so tightly together.

The text below is taken directly from the family’s Facebook Page:

“Our story begins at 34 weeks after an ultrasound was done. As a mother you think that everything will be great and pray nothing is wrong. But there was something wrong; very wrong. The kind of wrong that makes you question, why God? Why my child?
Our sweet baby boy Hudson T. Scheck was born. The diagnosis was confirmed after birth and multiple tests that Hudson had Tuberous Sclerosis Complex or TSC. He had multiple (to many to count) tumors or tubers on his brain, heart, kidneys, skin and SEGAs in the ventricles of his brain. After numerous surgeries and hundreds of seizures our Hudson fights daily.
We invite you to follow Hudson’s story…his journey, strength and love for life. We never understand why things happen or why others seem to suffer and struggle in this life, but in life struggle and pain can open our eyes to something bigger than ourselves. With faith and hope our lives changed when Denali came into our family. Denali is our trained service dog who detects seizures and alerts just before Hudson has one. Our story begins… Denali is the heartbeat at our feet. Please join us on our journey.”

 

You can also follow this family’s story on their blog, Heartbeat At Our Feet.

See the entire session here: Scheck Family Portraits.

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Oct 212014
 
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Too cool not to share some. Peyton is starting out in modeling and needed some images for her portfolio. We spent an afternoon together to explore her talent. She was very energetic, fun and professional. I loved working with her!

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Jun 192014
 
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Kayla wanted a sexy Maternity Session to show how beautiful pregnancy can be. We enjoyed an afternoon at a friend’s studio. The barn and field were great locations and I loved the hint of sunset we were able to incorporate.



 

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Jun 192014
 
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It was wonderful to spend a little time in downtown Marietta photographing this couple, soon to be joined by Lanie. I am very much looking forward to the Newborn Session that will take place shortly after her arrival.  See the full session at: http://coryographix.zenfolio.com/kathy-paul

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May 282014
 
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Jeremy’s grandparents surprised mom & dad with a children’s session. We went to Bulloch Hall in Roswell, GA.

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Mar 192014
 
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We had a wonderful time at the Goat Farm in Atlanta during this sunset Engagement Session.

 

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Nov 022013
 
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Some family portraits at Berry Patch Farms.

 

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Aug 072013
 
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I was told about this incredible place to shoot and it was a great setting for these looks. The shoot went great, but it was a couple of silly things that happened. When you step on a nail while setting up the lights, you just get the feeling that it’s not going to go well. The good thing is the shoot went well until the last set we were working on. When you are in an abandoned place and haven’t been bothered, you don’t expect anyone to come walking in on you. Especially not an Police Officer. I had just taken a set of shots in front of the window in the green wall. I was taking a look at the images before moving the light and I hear the old storm door open up. After the initial, “Oh, Shit!” thought, I see the Officer step in. He takes a quick survey of the scene and ask do we have permission to be there. Of course we didn’t, it’s abandoned, there’s only a couple stores around us that are open. Where the hell do you get permission? I have to say, for that situation, he was the kindest person about it. He simply said you have to be careful because everything is owned, it’s not just as easy as walking in to a place. He was also more concerned about our safety since the building we were in was rather dilapidated, you can see how much in the last images with the walls destroyed. He just asked how much longer we would be and asked us to finish up and get out. So Yay!, no jail and a set of great images.

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