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Kalene + Joey, Copperopolis

Kalene and Joey tied the knot on October 6 in at Black Creek Center in Copperopolis, surrounded by family and friends.Joey’s family is local to Copperopolis. Having known the Bartolo family for over 16 years, I was so honored whenread more »

Bryton, Class of 2019

Last weekend I met Bryton in downtown Placerville for his senior photograph session. He was looking for some images with more of an urban backdrop- some more edge, some more lines. It suited him and it was fun for me. I was lucky enoughread more »

Lockwood Sisters

“Sister is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship.” – Margaret Mead As the mother of two high school girls, just about 3 years apart and away atread more »

The Mayes Family + 1

A beautiful fall day, a very glowing and pregnant mama a wonderfully supportive husband and dad extraordinaire and a “fall in the dirt and smile” kind of toddler. Amber, Kris, Beckett + a baby girl who will they’ll get toread more »

The Mathewson Family, Fall 2018

Here are a few of my favorites from the time I got to spend with Michelle, Tim, Madelyn and Paige recently, in the late afternoon, Apple Hill golden light.read more »

The Schneider Family

I LOVE when my cool and kind clients refer me to other cool and kind clients. Many thanks Miss Stephanie Baldwin(queen of cool and kind)😁. Sarah, Brian, Audrey and Mason – thank you so much for sharing some late afternoon fall lightread more »

The Moreland Family- SUMMAHTIME!

One of my most favorite things to do is reconnect with my wedding couples in order to capture their growing families. After Katrina and Joe’s wedding(maybe 6 years ago?), I actually had the honor to be at little Casey’s birth.read more »

Mariah + Charlie at Bluestone Meadow, Placerville, California

I met Mariah, Charlie and their son Wyatt over a year ago at a coffee shop in Camino. I really enjoyed them because they were real. I know that sounds trite but honesty and joy that shines through is so refreshing and so much fun toread more »

Bringing together two families…

I think it went something like this… Kaydence, Amber’s oldest, performed at Rockin’ on the Ridge, a broad showcase of musical talent from the guitar club. “Little” Kaydence wasn’t so little anymore and all of us who saw herread more »