Archive for February, 2011

I am beyond thrilled to announce that I’ve been accepted as a member of NAPCP (National Association of Professional Child Photographers). NAPCP’s mission is “to promote and support the artistry and integrity of the most talented and creative, and professional child photographers.” I’m honored & excited to be part of such creative community. I hope to continue learning and be inspired through NAPCP.

And to make sure that I include a picture with every blog entry, here’s Jonah doing what he does best. Sucking his thumb and looking SO cute. I can’t get enough of this guy. 😉


I’ve been waiting to take pictures of this family F-O-R-E-V-E-R! I first met the Son family, through my sister in law, about 3 years ago. My niece & nephew are bestest of friends with Emily (the oldest) & Chloe (the younger sister). Back then, Chloe was the baby of the family and I couldn’t get over how good she spoke in Korean referring to my dog as “mung mung yee”. And she was only 2!

Fast forward 3 years, Zechariah is now the baby of the family and he celebrated his first birthday this month (ALREADY!). Now that their family is complete, it was finally time for professional photo ops!

Thanks to the 3 kiddos for braving the chilly winds and walking through the “gross” puddles of mud during the outdoor shoot. 😉


Little Ryden arrived right on schedule and ready to photograph!

Enjoy the sneak peek!

I was really excited to meet baby Olivia for her 1st birthday portraits. O’s mommy and I were praying, dancing, chanting and wishing for some freakish warm February weather for her portrait session so that we could take pictures outside. Then the BIG snow came (which blew out the electricity in my house for almost 18 hours over night and left many DC commuters stuck in 9 hours of traffic) . . . then the temperature dropped to 20-30s for couple of days . . . then the rain drizzled all day 1 day before the session. But on the day of Olivia session, the weather turned freakish warm. 🙂

It was meant to be.

Feb 08, 2011

Spring . . . Where are you?