Well it's almost completely official and we've been dying to share our new adventure with everyone.  So we are proud to introduce our new company Sweet T Studios.  The idea of combining companies and adding to our services really just makes so much sense for us.  We seemed to have grown out of our training wheels and we're excited to get out there as professionals.  


Here are some pictures as a preview that Kelli and I took together.  The ones of Kelli, I actually took them.  And I'm excited to be getting more involved with photography.  I have always loved photograph and admired Kelli's work and passion for it, and it seems it might have been a little contagious.  Kelli and I are very creative and inspired by so many things.  Even our creative and amazing friends.  That's why Sweet T now consists of not just two creative women, but 4.  We can't wait to introduce them soon.  We will be keeping up our own blogs until our new one is set up, but we'll definitely provide a link to our new stuff. 


Click on the Sweet T logo below and it will link you to the new site address, although there isn't much to see quite yet. Stay tuned! 
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We are all affected greatly by the influences from our youth.  I can't throw glass jars or bottles away, because my Aunty gave them a recyclable life.  My Dad used to tell me that after the garage door went down the cars would talk to eachother.  Even growing up and knowing that isn't true, there is a sadness inside for selling my car yesterday.  It didn't really live, or talk back to me, but it knew all my secrets, heard all my vents, shared so many good times and roadtrips, and was mine. My little blue rocket.  It was the car that got me to New Orleans, my first real roadtrip, and the trip that changed my life forever. 


So little Hyundai, you may have been made fun of a lot for being the knockoff car, go and drive and help someone else make as many good memories as we had. 
 
 
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What a better way to celebrate family fun than with a styled shoot.  It's my husband's parent's anniversary and his brother and wife were visiting from Italy where they moved last year.  So we surprised and styled a perfectly Becky (my mother in law) shoot.  Vintage picnic!  The top picture is just a small taste of the fun styling we had.  Randy (the father in law) love antique radios.  So he provided the beautiful radio and speaker for the occasion.  We raided Becky's amazing house full of vintage treasures.  


The shoot went great.  I find that no matter who you are taking pictures of or styling for you are always nervous.  But it always turns out good in the end.  I'll put up some more pics later. 


Happy to announce that our process of transferring companies is kicking along.  Lot more involved than I though, but I have to say, the idea of this is so exciting to me, and I'm really proud of how far Kelli and I have come.  We started out as two friends who made videos and took pictures because we wanted to, because we loved it.  And now we have learned how to turn that into something we can do for others, that they love too.  It is such a satisfying job.  We are growing as business savvy creative women.  For me, that is something that I never thought I would be.  So happy happy!