Oh how I do love me a feisty little red head. And no – this time I am not talking about either of my daughters. Meet Rian. She is PRECIOUS!!!! She is such a beautiful little baby girl, with thighs cheeks and hands that I could squeeze all day long, and an awesome sassy little personality to go with it – all wrapped up into one sweet 9 month old. Could my job be any more amazing?!! I melted when I was working on these pictures…

The Herber Fam!

It’s been twins week over at the studio!! We have had 2 families with twins come in for family pics and we did a senior photo shoot the other day with a guy who is a twin!

If you are a regular around Bosley Creative you probably recognize this family. They are so much fun to work with and we have been working with Miss Eva (aka my little assistant and creator of big baby smiles) since she was little.

Now we have the extreme pleasure of getting to also know her little brothers (oh and her parents are awesome – they pretty much all rock).  Aren’t they just the most precious little fam?!


The Turner’s were the winners from our mini shoot giveaway a couple months ago. We met Missy a while back (she was the realtor with our builder when we built our house, she isn’t attached to a builder anymore so if you need an agent – check her out, I’ve heard great things about how great she is to work with and we loved her!! And she also happened to be the SIL of a friend of ours.) so we were so excited to catch up with her and her gorgeous family for this shoot! Her little ones were so fun and kept me laughing the entire time. Thanks so much for coming to the studio – we hope you love these pictures!!

A note from one of my clients whose husband was battling cancer during the time of our photo shoot

I received this email from a client the other day and it brought tears to my eyes. I was referred to her through a friend and when we did their pictures it was immediately before her husband was to have a transplant. The day we went to do them it started raining – so knowing we didn’t have time to reschedule I wrapped my camera in my coat and we did the shoot in the rain. They were all such troopers and the pictures turned out beautiful. I wanted to share her email with all of you because I hope that you can see how important family pictures can be to someone fighting a serious illness and if you ever have a friend in this situation I hope that you will send them my way. It’s not that they need pictures because they aren’t going to win the fight, but more or less to empower them through the battle and so that they will be able to look back at the pictures years later to remember this chapter in their lives that will forever change them.


I wanted to give you a (late) heads up that I referred a friend to you.  She was just diagnosed in January with cancer, and her husband has been battling cancer for the past couple years now.  When I spoke with her last week I told her to get a family picture and I strongly suggested she call you.  Catherine you were the best during a very difficult time when we rushed to get our pictures in before Steve’s transplant.   And I want you to know how very important those pictures were and are to us.  I told my friend how the family picture and the ones of the kids, traveled to and from the hospital with us for months and beautifully embodied to Steve every time he looked at them why he was going through this.  People still talk about how great that family picture was 2 years later because we sent it out as our holiday card.  I hope she calls you or has called you already.  If she does contact you, the photo shoot will be as magical, meaningful and beautiful as it was for our family in your hands.  Even through the rain drops we had, you captured a beauty, a peace, and a love I truly know we could have only gotten from you and for that thank you, thank you, thank you.  You are a true artist.

You are the best and many blessing to you and your family!

Thanks and hugs,