Happy Birthday, my favorite 8 years old!
1st Birthday is an important milestone in baby’s life. It also brings a lot of joy and happy moments to the parents, and photographing these moments means life long memories.
I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Christmas time! I enjoy everything about it – the smell of a fir tree, the sound of jingle bells, the riffle of gift wrap, and the crunch of gingerbread cookies. The spirit, the decorations, the mood… Everything speaks happy memories!
So when this beautiful family invited me to do their in-home Christmas session, I was very excited. I like telling stories through the images I create! It makes me happy when friends and clients of mine put their trust in me and allow me to document their special moments.
DOTKA PHOTOGRAPHY | HOUSTON CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY | HOUSTON FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY
Laugh until your belly hurts and then, just a bit more!
I just love to photograph real moments! When life unfolds in front of my camera, and I am able to capture it as is. Here and now.
All those little details you might soon forget… This is what making memories is all about.
This was a great Birthday party! Not only kids enjoyed their time splashing in the pool but also parents had chance to relax and watch their little ones having a blast. And of course I was flying around soaking in these happy moments 🙂
Since he was very little, we used to go to Houston Arboretum and spend hours and hours there. Hot or cold, he wouldn’t be satisfied until he hiked around all the trails. Still love this place ❤
“I can’t move” – he said.
First, he built it. Then, he let me in. And after that, he didn’t want me to leave.
His first time riding his scooter at skate park.
When a family picks Biscuit Paint Wall as a backdrop for their family / 1 year old photo session, I am always super excited! I mean, who wouldn’t want to pose for a picture in front of all these awesome colors? And I love how funky and creative their portraits turned out.
It was quite easy to wake him up for school this morning 🙂 And he made it a little bit late. But I guess it’s fine considering that experiencing snow in Houston is such a rare opportunity which doesn’t last for a while.