Season’s Session

Put your smiling faces on for CHRISTMAS mini time!

Skys the Limit Production is hosting our FIRST Christmas Mini Session event November 25, 2017 at the Bozeman’s Christmas Tree Farm in Lumberton from 10:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

Please contact me by clicking here and let me know a time frame that is best for you! These will be filled on a first come, first serve basis so please contact me as soon as possible to ensure that you get a slot.

Don’t hesitate to come to this event, this is for both the young and old! My little helper will be passing out special treats for all to enjoy and feel free to bring a special prop if you would like.

I can’t wait to see all of your smiling faces this year! Reserve your session here.

*Sessions must be paid in full and in advance to secure your session* This will help each photo session go nice and smooth!



Update: My love and I went by the Bozeman’s Christmas Tree Farm in Lumberton last weekend and the trees look great!

Update: Putting it all together!

Teamwork Makes The Dream Work

The past couple of weeks have been pretty busy! Every week a new face shows up with new opportunities. I’m ecstatic to see how Skys the Limit Production will become in the future. For the longest, I always searched for engaged couples, families, and graduating students to grow my business with and it wasn’t until just a few weeks ago that my mindset shifted a bit.

When I first arrived in Dallas, I met probably one of the best wedding planner you’d ever have the pleasure on meeting; Jess with Daydream Events. This little lady brought me to all sorts of vendor get-togethers where I was introduced to other great vendors like YOUR DJ, Texas Photobooth, Haywood Cotton Candy and much more. After taking photos for Jess and YOUR DJ, I met with Haywood and began creating videos which led me to The Iman Project + Lavender & Mint Designs. The Iman Project is a boutique agency that sets up unique workshops for ladies to create with friends and enjoy good drinks and food. Lately, I have been making small 35 second videos of the workshops. I have to admit, the workshops and teaming up with different vendors are making my job exciting and unpredictable. I also love the thought that Skys the Limit Production is making a difference for other businesses out there besides just itself.

I believe Skys the Limit Production will see success with working together with other professionals in Dallas. There is value in collaboration and partnership.

– Sarah

To view other collaborating videos made by Skys the Limit Production, click here.

Heartache with Hurricane Harvey

I may live in Dallas, but my heart is with Southeast Texas this week. I’ve seen people escape from their homes on boats. Some of them being my own close friends. I’ve even had other friends that have just moved into new apartments and even houses THIS year just to see their homes get flooded in by the storm. This historical natural disaster is gut-wrenching. Yesterday, my husband got a call from one of his best friends. His friend told him his uncle had lost EVERYTHING – his house, car and belongings – from Harvey. Then right there, in my husband’s friend’s bedroom, his uncle tried to end his own life with a gun. My husband’s friend was able to stop him and police were able to handle the situation later. One of the officers told the uncle, “all day we’ve been rescuing people who are trying to stay alive and here you are trying to kill yourself – know that I lost my home too.” I’m sharing this with everyone because the storm is affecting more than just people’s “things”, it’s affecting their hearts as well, as you can tell. Thoughts and prayers are definitely needed. As of right now, I’m extremely blessed to know my family is okay. They’re high and dry from the floods. I know what you might be thinking, why is this video/photography page talking about the hurricane that’s happening outside of Dallas? Shouldn’t you be discussing this photo or this video? My answer is that I care way more about the people in my photos than the photograph itself. I am more than just your video/photographer, I am your friend. I have more brides in Buna, Beaumont, Silsbee, Lumberton and etc. than I do in Dallas. For sure I care! They are so much more than clients to me. I couldn’t imagine having to deal with this weather with my wedding around the corner. I realize there may be some couples dealing with venue or date changes or even a temporary cancel until further notice. Recently, I saw on the news where a very unlucky couple had to reschedule their wedding for the third time thanks to Hurricane Harvey! I feel like I can’t do much, but I do know I will be flexible for those who have weddings coming up in SETX! Just throw me a text or email and we can work this out! Either way, your day will still be special and still be captured.

To all my past and future Brides and Grooms in Southeast Texas, you’re on my mind and in my heart. Know that I’m prayin’ for y’all.


Young Love

I’m extremely happy for these two! I’ve never seen a bride so cool, calm and collective. She seemed to carry that vibe all throughout the night. The groom, himself, was outgoing, clever, and pretty hilarious; which makes a great combination for the two. They were so young, but that only means, in life, they get to spend a little more time with each other.

This is Mr. & Mrs. Norsworthy’s first look of their big day. In the final video, you’ll get to hear from the groom’s best man and the bride’s maid of honor as well as some other incredible moments during their celebration.

To check out the whole video click here.

Forget Blue! I’m feeling Brown!

I’m trying something a little new. I’m adding a bit of brown into the scene. A coworker of mine got married recently and had this look, and I just had to try it! It feels so much more calm and timeless. By the way, doesn’t this couple just look flawless! Congrats Mr. and Mrs. Taylor! If you like this look too, contact Skys the Limit for a photo session and we can bring this style to life for you as well! Click here to speak with me!