MSA Ford F-350











I recently got invited to shoot a truck, built by Motorsports Authority. This truck was displayed in one of the largest car shows and gathering of businesses in the world, SEMA, which stands for Specialty Equipment Market Association. This is an event were the whole automotive industry shows their upcoming products and innovations for the next year. I was very excited to have the opportunity to photograph this, being that Arkansas is such a small fish in a big pond. This Ford F-350 Super Duty has custom paint that they hand textured to look and feel like brushed aluminum as well as many cool external features. They even added an air suspension to raise and lower it, and it looks good maxed out either direction! I am very much looking forward to future creations from this local shop!!

William's Family











Remember the William's Family? This is our second time shooting them, and it seems to get more fun each time! We got to meet some of their extended family members this time, including Piper's adorable little cousin! It was so cute seeing them interact with one another and especially their grandma!

Our Best Girl










With the gorgeous weather we've had lately, it would almost be a crime to not enjoy it as much as possible. This has to be Kenzie's favorite time of year. After a long winter with few walks, she's eating up all the time spent along the river, through the woods, and on coffee shop patios. Warm enough for us, not heat-stroke-hot for her. Perfect really.

Exercise is essential for Kenz. She's got so much energy, even at the old age of five ;) Without it, she's needy, demanding, and so vocal. Waking up in the morning to a hyperactive dog, darting through the house, scratching our hardwood floors in the process just so she can hurry up and see if there are any cats or bunnies that need to be chased from our property is just not how I prefer to start my day.. Can you imagine me with children? Me either ;) hahah

Speaking of Kenzie's old age, she's getting so much brown in her coat in the past couple of years. Heath and I were looking back at her puppy and young adult phases and she was jet-black. So crazy how much she's changed! I can't wait to see how much she changes in the next five years, and hopefully that I-know-I'm-so-smart-and-cute, diva attitude won't get any worse!

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