I live for Mother’s Day portraits. My one guilt-free day of the year to take pictures of my kids and no one is allowed to whine about it. This mother’s day I wanted to create portraits to capture how I’ve been feeling lately, which is strong. You see, I recently began my journey in the […]
Here’s the thing about little kids and Christmas tree decorating… they really suck at it. Okay, in their defense they can only reach so high and I get it that they are too young to have a sense of proper ornament placement proportion. But redecorating a Christmas tree after an hour of watching your kids […]
Is your child the class clown? A bookworm? Do they love math, geography, writing?? Celebrate your child’s personality and love of school with their back to school portraits and custom superlative or favorite back to school phrase.
Back to school is here and among the checklist of things to do before school starts is of course buying school supplies. If you’re like me you’ve wait until the last minute every year, usually the weekend before the first day of school, you find yourself left few options and a headache. This year, however, […]
The summer is winding down now. June and July may be gone but don’t forget all the fun you can still have in August before school starts. If your family is anything like mine, you barely even get to touch your summer bucket list until August. So we have a lot of cramming to do. […]
This session was very special to me as a newborn and child photographer. It’s my passion to capture memories and portrait art that will last forever and be handed down from generation to generation. In this session we made plans to capture this baby girl’s portraits on our studio rocking horse. The rocking horse was […]
I have music playing in the studio at all times. I definitely find it inspirational and I think it helps put clients at ease. If it’s around the holidays you’ll hear a lot of Pentatonix, and pretty much every other day you’ll hear anything from Third Day to Meghan Trainor. I love music that make […]
I am guilty of buying my kids every kind of toy you can think of. The “purely-fun” toy, the “educational” toy, the “old-fashioned-wooden” toy, the “plastic-make-a-ton-of-noise” toy, the “I-know-we-already-have-this-somewhere” toy, the “let’s-just-get-through-the-store-without-any-crying-and-I’ll-buy-you-this” toy, and the “yes, I-got-you-a-book-for-your-birthday. Deal With It!” toy. For nine years I’ve actually thought to myself, this is the toy they are […]