Long time no see!

For the past couple of weeks the entire family has been hit with the case of the flu. We should really make it a point to get the flu shot so this doesn’t happen. Lesson learned.

But before the ick reared its ugly head on its first victim (me), I took a friend out for some fun.

Amber is a military wife and with very short notice was informed that her husband would be deployed. She had two weeks to prepare herself to be without her family for 6 months. To help her with her transition and give her a bit of comfort I took her with me to my stylist and treated her to get her hair did and some warpaint. I pulled out an old vintage high school dress and captured a few shots.

We had a blast. And doesn’t she look beautiful?


Merry Belated Christmas!

Hope you all had a happy holiday season! Here we are winding up year 1 with a late Christmas blog post but I promise that we will catch up!

We went down to Old Town a bit back to try and get some holiday photos while trying to figure out how to shoot somewhere as crowded and insane as Old Town can get. I think we learned quite a bit and got to practice a variety of shots. Some worked and some didn’t but here were a few we enjoyed.



Timberlake in the timbers.

Happy Thanksgiving!

As we celebrate our blessings, by gorging in preparation for the winter and surrounding ourselves with loved ones, we are thankful for all of you for your support and belief in us.

Not so recently we had the privilege of capturing part of our family. As of late the days have gotten shorter, the wind has picked up and the cold has settled. We were very fortunate to have had such cooperative weather.

Meet my sister in law and her family. Timberlake, party of five.

Gobble gobble gobble,


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Stitched up in the bosque.

Hey again!

We had a quick and dirty family photo shoot in the bosque yesterday. Testing out gear and different lighting (we got there late and fought the setting sun.) Here’s a few of shots with some different editing settings as a test. Oh, did I mention we all dressed in full body Stitch costumes? We sure got some looks from people walking their dogs and at the market we went to afterwards but it’s all in good fun! We had a pretty good time until the sun set and the temperature dropped but it was well worth it!

Until next time,


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Cris & Tara

Congratulations to Cris and Tara! Thank you for letting us capture a part of your story!

We had a blast. The energy was right, the weather was perfect…it was kismet!

A funny story, while prepping shots Luis was approached by the fire department. Someone noticed our strobe going off and were very concerned. Needless to say the fire department ok’d the shoot.

It was a fun day.

Thanks again you gorgeous couple!


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Full steam ahead!

Site? Check. FB? Check. Blog? Here we are. Hard at work getting Biasform as  business up and running.

Dulce and I recently finished our first shoot in the bosque, post about that coming soon after we wrap up all the details. I think it went quite well and the pictures we came away with look pretty neat. Right now it’s about getting our workflow down as well as keeping the communication between ourselves in good working order.

Hello world!

And we are live! Our website is up! Now we just need more pictures!

We’re excited for the future and a little scared as well. But nothing is beyond our grasp when we deal with it together. Come rain or shine.. or the cold crisp weather that we’ve been currently experiencing.

Luis’ Birthday is just around the corner so hopefully we do a mini shoot in his honor.

We will keep you posted!

Til next time,