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Hi ...

A little about me: I am completely in love with my sweet husband (Jeff), our beautiful daughter (London), our dogs (Jack and Morgan), and our life.  My other loves (in no particular order): family, spending time with great friends, warm socks, hot baths, traveling, camping, campfires, the great outdoors, autumn, being out on the lake, fishing (when we're catching something), 80s music, my girl's sweet and contagious smile, wine, my own caesar salads, laughing and then laughing some more. I am genuine. I am sentimental, often to the point of total sappiness. I am passionate about photography and have been for over 30 years (wow, maybe that dates me a little). 

It is my hope to not only share with you some of the work that I'm doing and show off my awesome clients, but also to let you into my life just a little.  It's hard for me to find time to work on personal things when there is real work to be done, but I'm going to try ... really, I am.

So, sit back and peruse these pages.  If you see something you like, please leave a comment. Who doesn't like a little blog love?  If you'd like to be notified when something new has been added, please feel free to subscribe to the blog (RSS or email) above.  Thanks for stopping by!  

Asa and Aubry …

Painting and puzzles and cars.  That’s how we ended up spending our time together … painting pictures, putting a gigantic puzzle together and playing with cars. Ok, I didn’t actually get to do any of those fun things.  I just hung out and took a picture or five while the family played. These are activities that the family enjoys doing together.  What I love about lifestyle photography is that I get to capture families doing the things they love … the way they are … not just a perfected smile looking toward a camera.  While I think it’s important to show the likeness of your family in portraits, these candid kinds of images can be so much more meaningful (at least they are to me).  In a “portrait,”  years from now you might not remember the things that melted your heart … that tongue that stuck out while in deep concentration, or how those tiny fingers wrapped themselves around a paintbrush, or the paci that he just couldn’t part with, or the beautiful chaos that simply comes with being a parent.  Those are the things I want to remember and those are the things I want to help you remember.

These beautiful boys, Asa (the older) and Aubry (the younger), were perfect at just doing their thing while I observed and documented!

 

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