Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Petrocelli Family

I was hoping for some snow on the ground for this photoshoot with the Petrocelli's, but unfortunately it had all melted by then. Though no snow, we were still able to get outdoors and get additional photos inside of the two boys and their parents. They had a great house to take photos in and these boys were pretty excited for Christmas!

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Dani & Kyle's Wedding

This past summer, I had a engagement session with Dani & Kyle. I met them both at Kelly & Charley's wedding earlier this year. Well, the year flew by and this past weekend, it was time for them to tie the knot. We were hoping for snow, but it was all gone by Saturday. Though no snow, we were still able to get some great Winter wedding photos. The Christmas season is a great time to say "I do".

Sunday, December 7, 2008


Well, I've finally been able to purchase and finish my own website. I usually only use this blog as a way for future clients and visitors to see my work. The web address is: www.ryancookphotography.com (hopefully that's easy for everyone to remember). This new website is great. There are quite a few pictures on there with all of them separated into their very own galleries. There is also a spot where clients can have their own private gallery and all their family members and friends can see the proofs as well...AND a shopping cart in which you can place your order. This should make everything MUCH EASIER! I'm really excited to have the website finally up and running (well, there's a few more things that I need to do to it). Check it out and let me know what you think!

- Ryan


It's crazy to think, but our son is now TWO months old. It has been an awesome and some of the best times of our lives watching this little guy grow up. Today, we spent the day at home and just enjoyed being around each other. I also got the chance to take some more photos of him. These are Gavin's Christmas photos and he did a great job. The nice thing about taking pictures of your own child, is all they want to do is look at you, so there was no problem getting him to focus. I sure hope it stays this way! Enjoy the photos!