Life is good!  I recently moved my office to the top floor in my home.  And seriously, why didn’t I move a long time ago?  I now sit and can look out at the beautiful ocean, and I feel really inspired.  I feel like it is just really important to be thankful for all of the wonderful experiences I have had, for the great family I get to hang out with, for the amazing clients I get to work with each day and for my really diverse group of  friends who surround me with love and support.  And the best part, I can now call a lot of my clients, friends.

So now to new friends, the beautiful Remillard family!   I spoke with Lisa about them wanting a really beautiful three generation family portrait.  We talked about all kinds of great locations, and decided on a location with an ocean view.  The only problem was each time the date came, it was too windy, rainy, overcast or something that prevented us from shooting on that date.  Finally I said, let’s try something different.  How about the Mission in San Juan Capistrano?  As it turned out, her mom was a docent at the Mission and it held a special place in her heart.  AND…. she had an inside connect that allowed us to shoot beyond closing time.  Don’t you just love an inside connection?

Not to make any of the adults feel like I don’t love them, but the best part of the session was Lisa’s adorable niece & her pink monkey!  Such a cutie.  It took a lot of fake sneezes and peak a boos to get her great big smile, but it was so worth the effort.  Enjoy!

p.s. my Spring Mini sessions will be announced tomorrow!  Just in time for Easter!

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  1. Dennis and Cheryl Bremner says:

    You are truly blessed Tom, what a gorgeous family you have!! You amaze me dude, you look great! Keep up the good fight.
    I am looking at your daughter and now understand why you are so exhausted. Keeping a shotgun handy 24/7 for 10 years and vetting through everyone one of her boyfriends must have been a Herculean Chore :)

    She takes after her mother I see? You must have been better looking when you were younger to nail down a catch like that :)

    Your boy has turned into quite the man. What a prize that little girl must be to him and his wife!

    You are a very lucky man Tom,

    God Bless you all

    Dennis and Cheryl Bremner
    From the Great White North, Canada

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