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It is hard to believe that my once raspy voiced, curly haired little girl that was toddling around with her 3 brothers, walked across the stage last week to receive her high school diploma.  Chloe, we are so proud of you.  We look forward to seeing what the future holds for you….we know it will be…

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  • Kristina your kids look like fun. Looks like they all have a good time together. Congrats on launching one of them! ReplyCancel

  • Congratulations to you as well. Beautiful pictures of Chloe and her proud family! (Graduation day photos aren’t easy!)ReplyCancel

  • Awww – Congratulations!! Such a BIG DAY! ReplyCancel

  • Luciane Steiner

    What a great celebration, Chloe looks stunning in your pictures, congratulations to her and my best wishes to a great start at UCDavis!ReplyCancel

I finally got my daughter, Chloe, in front of my camera for her senior portraits.  We’ve been talking about doing this all year but picking a day and time (even with your own kid) can be tricky.  So last week, while she was on spring break, Chloe, her friend Cynthia and I went to Vasona…

  • Cathie

    Absolutely beautiful.  I bet their were some proud mama tears when you were editing these. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne

    Gorgeous girl and photos, congrats on the big decision!!ReplyCancel

This month I had a wonderful photo session with the lovely Lauren. I’ve known her since she was in my daughter’s Kindergarten class and now she (and my daughter) is a senior! We had a great time capturing these photos in downtown Los Gatos. She is a so photogenic and we were able to get…

  • Bonnie Jakobsen-Martin

    wow, those portraits came out great. She is such a beautiful young woman. I especially love the one with the golden light in her hair. Fantastic work, KristinaReplyCancel

  • Beautiful portraits <3 This age is so beautiful, you have captured both her tenderness, her beauty and her grown up-ness. Well done 🙂ReplyCancel