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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!  

Beagle Puppies …

Happiness is a warm puppy … or TWO warm puppies!  Meet these sweet sisters … Diamond is the gorgeous tri-color and Wrigley is the beautiful blonde!  I adored everything about these pups.  Look at those FACES!  And such the little posers they were … it’s like they’d done this kind of thing before.

Anyone who has tried photographing dogs, knows that it can be challenging … especially puppies who have a lot of energy and don’t yet know many commands.  Sometimes it just takes a little time and patience.  So, what are some secrets you can use to get good pictures of YOUR dog(s)?  Here are a couple I use at every session (puppy or not): WEAR THEM OUT; have plenty of treats on hand;  don’t be afraid to get down on their level … you’ll see these first two, I was laying on the ground;  have someone get their attention with toys or treats above your head; and try not to get stressed if things aren’t going well … your dog will pick up on that and will probably be uncooperative, just to spite you! 😉  One more … have fun!

Diamond and Wrigley (I seriously LOVE those faces) …

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