Happy Friday Mamatogians! Last week I was the lucky recipient of some amazing photography letter art for Jack's room. Amy O'Banion, from Amy O'Banion Photography brought me the beautiful piece above and I couldn't wait to put it up in his room. Incredibly creative and unique, it is such a special touch to his nursery. Today I want to introduce you to Amy and give one lucky reader their very own letter art with the name of their choice! Read more about Amy, then head over to her facebook page and like it here.
My name is Amy O'Banion and I am the girl behind the camera. I am a Navy wife and have been a stay at home Mom for the past 11 years. I am married to my best friend and we have two beautiful daughters who inspire me everyday, they have shown me how important it is to capture those special moments before they are gone. I have always had a camera in tow but only recently took on the idea of turning photography into a career. I love photography and what is captured with a mere photograph and how it freezes that moment in time! I love taking pictures for my clients and capturing those special moments for them through photos, its such a great feeling to see how happy they are with their photos and I love being a part of that!
I am an on location photographer in and around Saratoga Springs, NY offering all sorts of sessions, just contact me with whatever your photography needs might be!
Amy and her family have found the letters she uses for letter art on hikes, trips and other adventures but sometimes they just find the need to go on the hunt or randomly stumble across one. You can create any word and it will be framed and ready to hang on your wall, (last names seem to be very popular). Available letters can be seen on her facebook page and there are many letters available, plus you can get them in color or black and white. Each letter is a 4x6 high quality prints and comes framed and ready to hang on your wall. You're going to just fall in love with your piece and you're guaranteed to not find anything else like it! All you have to do to enter is comment here and tell me how you picked your child's name (even if you aren't going to use that name for the piece). We all know picking a name can be difficult so let me know how you decided on one! I will pick a random winner on Sunday night! Good luck everyone!