From her picture, she looks like a blue-cream tortie shorthair with white (blue/grey is a dilute of black). And from how you described him, I'm guessing the father is a brown/black tabby longhair.
Lets see . . .you will probably get tortie girls (but black torties with orange patches or brown tabbies with orange patches), and red tabby boys (like Morris). If the father is carrying dilute (blue/grey) the females can also look like the mother, and the boys can be blue tabbies. The males can also be the father's color. If both parents are carrying solid the males can be solid black (if dad's carrying dilute, they can also be solid blue/grey) Since the father isn't red, no females will be red tabbies.
I'm guessing most or all of the kittens will have some white on them.
If your female is carrying longhair, some of the kittens can be longhair as well. Longhair, like blue, is recessive and must be carried by both parents in order for the kittens to have it. If both parents are longhair, they can't have shorthaired kittens, because shorthair, like red is dominant (gotta show it to throw it).
Let's see how close I am . . . lets you see one reason why breeders are so interested in pedigrees.