jb evolves to b2

•June 27, 2008 • Leave a Comment

We are thrilled to announce that starting today all new blog content will be posted at theb2blog.com.

Please update your bookmarks and RSS feeds to the new blog.  Thank you to all who have made our blog such a huge success and we cannot wait for you to see our new format.

jb

FOUND: Aiden Chase Mullin

•June 23, 2008 • 1 Comment

We received a call from one of our past brides and closest friends last night letting us know about Aiden’s abduction.  His mother is one of her friends, and since we have visitors from all over the area we decided to post the information on the jbblog.com.

We woke up this morning to find that he had been found and is now safe at home.

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The following story is from the Baxter Bulletin, http://www.baxterbulletin.com.

Aiden Chase Mullin

Mountain Home Police Department is asking the public’s help in finding a 16-month-old who was abducted from a Baxter County daycare facility about 11:30 a.m. Monday.

Aiden Chase Mullin is a white male with fair complexion, according to a Mountain Home police news release. He has short, blonde hair and blue eyes. He is 25 pounds and 30 inches tall.

He was last seen wearing an orange Old Navy T-shirt, olive green shorts, and Old Navy sandals.

The suspect is described as a white female, about 20 years old with short blonde hair pulled into a pony tail. She was wearing a tie-dye T-shirt and shorts. She called Open Arms Learning Center in Mountain Home at around 11:30 a.m., stating there was a family emergency and showed up at the daycare about five minutes later and picked up the child, according to police.

Anyone with information should call 911 or the Mountain Home police at (870) 425-6336.

A statewide Morgan Nick Amber Alert was issued Monday evening.

Garett, Senior 2008

•May 16, 2008 • Leave a Comment

A couple of weeks ago, Garett showed up at the studio on a Sunday afternoon for his senior portrait session. He’s another of these guys who seems very unassuming, maybe even a bit hesitant at first, but once we got the session started he really proved to be quite comfortable in front of the camera. We left the studio after an hour or so and finished up at a couple of outdoor locations.

Here are four of my favorite shots from the session.

Garett from Mtn. Home…

jb

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Lee & Ginny – Fayetteville

•May 14, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Trisha and I spent a beautiful Saturday afternoon in Fayetteville with Ginny, Lee and their families last month. We could not have asked for better weather for the day, nor could we have asked for a better couple. Ginny and Lee seem so perfect together and hopefully we were able to convey that in some of their photos.

One of the coolest things ever though, is that they are spending a couple of weeks with Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans as part of their honeymoon. This is something that still just makes me smile when I think about it. What better way to start out their married life than by helping others.

Thanks for letting us be part of your wedding day.

Here are a few of our favorite photos from the day.

jb

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wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

wedding photo from Fayetteville, AR

Matt & Amy – Little Rock

•May 7, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Matt and Amy had such a beautiful wedding in a very unique location… their front porch.  At the end of March, Trisha and I spent the day with them and their families in North Little Rock.  We began the day with Amy and her girls at the Baker House Bed and Breakfast and then moved on to the ceremony at their house.  I absolutely loved this ceremony.  A very intimate, family-only ceremony on their porch, with the guests sitting on white chairs in the middle of their street.  I don’t think they could have found a better spot.

It was such a wonderful moment, when during the exchanging of vows, Amy bent down and gave her vows to the groom’s daughter as well.  That was just too cool.

We finished the evening up at Argenta Seafood Company for the reception.  If you are ever in the NLR area, stop in and check them out.  Awesome place that gave us the opportunity for some great photographs.

Anyway, here are some of my favorite moments of the day.

So, cheers Matt and Amy.  Thanks for letting us be part of your wedding day.

jb

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HBD Erin!

•May 5, 2008 • 1 Comment

It amazes me, each time it happens, that another year has passed. Now, eleven years have passed. Saturday we cleaned out the studio, moved the lights into the dressing room, invited a bunch of girls and Erin had a birthday party. I don’t know how they managed to dance for so long, but they never stopped. It seemed as if they would never run down… and they didn’t.

So, for our family who couldn’t be here, we’re posting a few of the photos from the party. The studio is all put back together, the chips are vacuumed up, the plastic cups have been gotten rid of, the tables put back, the pizza boxes are gone, all the girls have gone home and now all I’m left with is the realization that Erin is a little older. I thought her childhood would last forever, but it’s quickly passing. While I’m thrilled that I get the chance to share these moments with my kids, it kills me to know that years from now I’ll have only memories and photos to look back on and recall what has passed. Hopefully she’ll look back at the pictures and remember these events as fondly as her mother and I do.

Now,,, some pictures.

jb

just a dad

Marlena – Senior 08

•April 24, 2008 • Leave a Comment

This was a first for our studio. We’ve photographed siblings, we’ve had boyfriends tag along for senior sessions, but prior to this, we’d never had a pet chicken. It was actually pretty cool. Marlena showed up at our studio and I had no idea what I was in for. This girl has such a cool personality and then she raised the bar a bit by introducing us to her pet, Disco.

Here are four selections from her session.

Marlena from Norfork….

jb

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Marlena and Disco the chicken

Marlena, Senior 2008

Norfork High School 2008

Senior portrait