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  • Hello. Welcome to my blog!

    Please check out our new fine art photography and graphic design business! www.paulandjewel.com

    This blog is no longer active but it is a great chronicle through my initial first few years as a photographer. The blog started while I was at photography school in Massachusetts, covers my time working in Florida and Georgia, and chronicles our recent 6 month adventure working with orphans in Thailand. Thanks for visiting!

Monthly Archives: October 2009

Baby Tristan

How handsome is this little guy?! I did maternity portraits with his parents when he was still in his momma’s belly, and we created these portraits of just Tristan recently. I’m hoping to create some more portraits with the three of them soon! Photographing little ones is one of my very favorites. Which image/s of Tristan do you like best?

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Less than one month old and already smiling!:

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J&S Portraits

These are a few of my favorite photos from a session I did recently with these two lovely ladies. This session was unique in that we knew it would be one their last days together. We wanted to capture them enjoying one of their favorite things – hanging out at the local beach together. I also wanted to tell the story of the beautiful, deep love they shared.

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Dog Park Fundraiser

Last month I photographed an event called “Hot Dogs for Top Dog,” a fundraiser for the city of Marathon Dog Park. It was so much fun! Here are a few of my favorite photos from the afternoon.

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All of the photos from the event can be seen on theĀ Jewel Imaging Website. The photos can be accessed by visiting www.jewelimaging.com and clicking on the “client log in” link on the menu to the left. The username is “dogpark” and the password is “benefit.” If you would like to purchase prints from the event, please send your email address to receive a price list (profits donated to the Dog Park)!