Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Fenelon Fam!

That man on his knee is the boss of not only my mother, but my husband as well! Needless to say.... if I messed this up... my family would be unemployed. Luckily... they were pleased with their photos, and so was I. Here are my favorites.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Cortney + Alec

My good friend Jamie has some awesome sisters! I photographed Marisa's family last winter, and now her sister Cortney is engaged! Her and Alec preferred a desert background. So my new husband assistant and I took them to MCC Red Mountain. It ended up being the perfect spot! We were able to capture the beautiful desert grounds, as well as provide them with a more modern look using the buildings. These are our favorite shots from the session.

We seriously loved this couple! And it was so fun to have Karl by my side. Keep your eyes open for our new project. That's right. K & K Photography blog comin at ya!

Monday, June 21, 2010

Happy Birthday Matty!!!

Ever since I was little, my big brother Mat has been my hero. Even though he teased me and stole my dolls, I still knew he would beat someone up for making fun of my big teeth... or at least have one of his bigger friends do it. He's still a great brother and one of my best friends. Happy 23rd birthday Mat!


When you are married... you learn things about your spouse you never knew before. When you go camping... you learn even more!

A couple weeks ago Karl and I went camping with our good friends the Reidheads. We traded Karl's little brother the Vibe for the truck and headed towards the Rim. I think Karl and I learned a lot about each other that weekend.
1- Kacey thinks 70 degrees is too cold.... so if you take her to 50 degree weather... be prepared for her to freeze and cling to you.
2- Karl is a real live mountain man. I always kind of suspected it... what with the beard and all... but it's true. He is. As we drove, he pointed out the different trees and explained to me which ones are good for what. When we were getting a fire ready, he pulled an ax out of no where and nonchalantly explained how he had just redone the handle and then continued to chop wood. Nature is where he thrives. And I'll admit it. I was impressed.
3- Kacey finally showed Karl what "the cricket" was. Don't ask... you'll know when the time is right.
4- Karl is a professional rock skipper. I think he has trophies hidden somewhere.

It was such a fun trip, and I loved learning more about my husband. I seem to love him more and more each day.