This year, for the very first time, I entered a photo contest called Shoot and Share. Let me just tell you.... I was a little nervous! You simply submit your photos. No names are shown with the submitted photo- every photo is judged on its own merit. And did I mention that there were about … Continue reading The Results are in!
March 24, 2018 was a beautiful day for a wedding! It was a little chilly but that did not keep this bride from getting those outside photos that she wanted! Angela is one of the sweetest women that I have ever met. As you can see in her photos, she has a genuine smile and … Continue reading Spencer + Angela’s Story
Lindsay contacted me and asked if I has time to do a quick session for her. She wanted a updated photo of Aubrey and maybe a few of Ian. We decided on a Petite Session which is 30 minutes long. That amount of time is REALLY pushing it for one child-let alone two! We scheduled … Continue reading Ian +Aubrey’s Story
The word balance is defined as a condition in which different elements are equal or in the correct proportions. This hit home with me as I thought about how unbalanced I let things in my life become. Not all the time. But sometimes. And I can tell when things are off by my attitude or … Continue reading Balance
As I prepare to begin for my busy photography season, I like to go over past sessions to see where I can improve. Each session was wonderful in its own way and I am so thankful for each and every one of my clients. But there are a few things that I would love to … Continue reading A few things your photographer wishes you knew
Everybody loves this time of year! The smells, the colors, the comfort food and the cooler temperatures are just a few of the reasons that this season puts a little pep in our step! This is also a very popular time for family photos! For a limited time, I will be offering Fall Mini Sessions … Continue reading Fall Mini Sessions
I have known Sam since she was about three years old, I think. She grew up in my church and was friends with my oldest daughter. She met a guy who was in the military. They married and moved out-of-state for a while, but are now back home. I have always loved this "girl". She … Continue reading Andy + Samantha + Ryleigh
When Andrew and Kaylissa asked me if I would photograph the birth of their daughter, I eagerly said yes! The birth of a child is life-changing and I love to capture and tell these stories. Lydia's parents had many struggles along the way. Andrew had some health issues that should have kept him from … Continue reading Lydia’s story
What's Your Story? Now and then, my girls like to open up our photo albums and relive parts of our family story. They love the photos from the sledding parties at Grandma and Grandpa's house or the ones from when we moved to our farm and had so much cleaning up to do. As they … Continue reading Tell your story
As I stumble through this journey as a photographer, I find myself pulled into the lives of the people that I photograph. I'm constantly striving to tell their stories the way they are viewed through my lens: authentic and unfiltered. If it's the birth of a child, I look for the details that will … Continue reading What’s your story?