Deanna is a writer and photograher in Austin, Texas. She teaches photography classes at the University of Texas as well as through her own portrait studio. Learn more about her at her web site.

Deanna’s book In the Company of Angels, A Memorial Book is done in the style of traditional baby books, but it is strictly for babies lost to miscarriage, stillbirth, or very early neonatal death. I am so pleased to be able to offer it to grieving moms who otherwise have no keepsake book appropriate for their angels.

You can get it through the publishing company. It will also be on Amazon after its pub date.
Order Information for the Book


Babies Are Butterflies in the Garden of Life Series

Miscarriage Angel Series

  • Joined: March 2008


Distressed about hotlining of Orphan Works Bill

If you have any art on the internet, you should be worried. / The Orphan Works Bill was hotlined and passed through the senate last week. With the congressional rules suspended due to the economic crisis, as few as two people can pass this bill in the house and send it to the president. / What does this mean? We are perilously close to losing our ability to protect our work from being used withou…
Posted almost 10 years – 1 comments

10,000 views and my first framed sale

I wanted to thank everyone so much for coming by to see the angel series. They were made with great love and care. / We just passed the 10-year mark of Casey’s death. His birthday would have been right around now, he was due on Sept. 13. / I am amazed to have hit these landmarks, both in time and in visits to my tributes to him. I hope the many greeting cards that have been purchased have f…
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Birthdays, Reckoning, Hope, and Progress

I wonder how many other people mark their birthdays by considering their progress or lack of it as artists. / I know I do. Each year, I think—did I accomplish any goals at all? Did I publish anything, did I get stuff out there to be considered, did I take rejection well, did I move forward? / I did a lot this year, so I don’t feel quite the despair of last year, where rejection piled …
Posted over 10 years – 1 comments
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