Monday, March 23, 2009

Babies





Maybe it is because I am surround by so many babies these days that I have had the urge to take their pictures. Here are some of my recent baby portraits of a beautiful little friend of mine. With permission from mom and dad, I am able to post some.

On a side note, I just recently heard that my husband's sister is pregnant and is due 9.9.09! That's easy to remember. We are so happy for them, and of course, I cannot wait to take pictures of my future niece or nephew.

Also, coming this May is my brother's second child. His little son Hendrix will have a lil' sis to play with very soon. I wish I was in Texas to take their pictures all of the time.

Babies. Babies. Babies. They are all around. How fun.

P.S. I know what you are thinking, and no, Chris and I are not prego.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

HOUSE OF BLUES WEDDING

I know. I know. It has been a bit since my last post, but things get crazy and I still need time to edit.

As promised, here are some pictures from Melissa & David Dickey's 2.7.2009 wedding at the House of Blues in downtown Cleveland.
Melissa & David are a fun couple. They gave me the opportunity to shoot a "nontraditional" wedding, and I loved every moment of it. So, thank you Melissa & David.

In addition, I had the pleasure of working with my best photographer friend Terry Goodman. What an amazing woman. She is rather talented and helped out a great deal with the Dickey wedding.

Other cool vendors that I worked with at this wedding: Studio Floral, Jerry Bruno Productions (DJ) and Wedny Fitos (makeup artist). Enjoy the photos!

My next post will be some behind the scenes pictures that
Terry Goodman
snapped of me at the Dickey wedding.

To see more pictures from the Dickey wedding, visit www.lizhaas.com.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Asta & Jacob





Last night was incredible. I shot Asta & Jacob's wedding. We started at a beautiful catholic church just east of downtown Cleveland. The night ended at the Cleveland Zoo. There were so many options and places to take pictures. 

To date, one of the best weddings I have shot. I truly enjoyed myself. It felt like I was a guest with a really nice camera. The people, family and couple were wonderful and fun. Good people!

Also, I had the pleasure of working with The DJ Crew team. I worked with them before, and I would recommend them to anyone. They keep the party going, while having a good time themselves. Thanks to the Aramark employees, especially Mary, for being so hospitable.