I had a chance to meet the Kenoyer Family on a most glorious and sunny day in Apple Hill. Mary and Jason set the kids free in Larsen’s Apple Barn Park and off they went; running, playing and goofing around like kids do, sometimesread more »
Fall in love with Paisley. I did.
Was it those luscious red locks? Those vibrant hazel eyes? Those cute dimples framing that meandering tongue? Was it the way that little cuteness warmed up to me so quickly? I don’t know but thereread more »
It’s so hard to believe Graydon just turned five. Having known his parents since 2009 and having had the incredible honor of photographing his birth, I sit back and wonder…5 years ago? Really?
It was wonderful to get out by theread more »
When you spend 8 years photographing a family – from engagement to wedding, followed by the birth of their children and all the milestones in between – it is intensely bittersweet to photograph them one last time, in theirread more »
Well, actually 3 and a 1/2. But who’s counting? I’ll photograph this lively little girl with the 100 watt smile at any age!
Audrey is the sweet daughter of Erin and Brett, whose wedding I photographed in 2012.read more »
Following my friends and clients through life milestones is something I’ll never tire of. Photographing Ashley’s maternity session for her first child was one of those “we are all in this life together, and I loveread more »
“It’s so us.”
Three words that are like sonic gold to any lifestyle photographer’s ear! When Cheree called me about doing a workday session at their property, I was instantly intrigued. I have had the goodread more »
Everyone knows that one of my favorite parts about living in Pollock Pines is the proximity to some amazing outdoor adventures. With Sierra at Tahoe so close, I enjoy skiing bluebird days on the mountain, zigging and zagging through theread more »
What a difference four years makes! It was a pleasure to reconnect with the McCann Family this fall at one of my favorite places, Sly Park Lake, and see how much this gorgeous family has grown. I always say one of the greatest rewards ofread more »