Congrats Thomas + Marisa | San Antonio Photography

San Antonio Graduation Photography

The parents of these two graduates have to be so proud. Their son is graduating from Judson Early College High School with an associate degree from Northeast Lakeview College, and their daughter is graduating middle school as salutatorian.

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Congrats Susie | UIW Graduate

San Antonio Graduation Photographer

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Susie graduated from the University of the Incarnate Word with her master’s degree! Congratulations!

She is on to residency now.

Her graduation also got cancelled due to COVID-19 unfortunately, but she was in high spirits just happy to celebrate such an amazing accomplishment.

Wishing and praying all goes well going forward!

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Congrats Bianca | San Antonio Graduate

San Antonio Graduation Photographer

Bianca graduated from Texas A&M University-San Antonio this spring with a degree in business management.

She endured the campus closing mid-semester and moving to all online classes, but she got the degree, and that’s what matters.

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Obregon Family | San Antonio Family Photographer

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I have been photographing the Obregon Family since 2014 for their engagement photos. Then I photographed their wedding, gender reveal, baby shower, and family photos ever since.

I love their story because it’s one of redemption. They were actually married and has a son, Nathan, but then divorced. They never even had a thought of being together again, but their son prayed as a child they would.

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Updated San Antonio Family + Graduation Session Schedule

San Antonio Family Photography + San Antonio Graduation Photography

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As I’m sure you’ve heard, Gov. Greg Abbott has opened up the state partially starting May 1, so that means, we can officially open up photography sessions once again.

For graduates, this is great news so you can still get your portraits done, even though you may not be walking the stage. There is still something to celebrate because you’ll be completely done soon!

For moms, this is a good opportunity to get some Mother’s Day photos. Now that you’re not stuck at home, you have a reason to get dressed up and take some beautiful photos with your kids.

Families, I also have some exciting session options for you too!

Here’s all the info:

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Congratulations Destinee | San Antonio Photography

San Antonio Graduation Photography

This is my cousin, Destinee, and I am so proud that she is officially graduating from Texas A&M University-San Antonio this May, majoring in Business!

Although she won’t be able to walk the stage until December due to COVID-19, she has worked hard, taking 7 classes this semester and last semester, to finish. Whoa!

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Examine Yourself

For those of us (nonessentials) at home, we may have a lot of time on our hands. Even if you’re working from home, you may find that you have more time without commuting and breaks. And if you’re working full time, first off, thank you, but also, what do you do on weekends? You probably have some extra time somewhere throughout your week because we can’t go out.

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What can we do with the extra time?

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The Voice of Fear

This is a little bit of a different blog post. I usually just post photography-related things, but I also love to share my heart, so let’s see how it goes. Let me know if you’d like to read more of this type of blog or if I should just stick to photography.

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This was a fun, silly representation of quarantine life, but it hasn’t all been fun and games. My mom alone time has gone from Target/Starbucks runs to taking a quick shower alone.

What voice are you listening to during this quarantine?

It has been one month since Spring Break: That’s when things really started to change, when the news of Coronavirus in the U.S. and San Antonio really started striking a worry in us all.

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