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The Blair Family 2017- many reasons to celebrate!

One would think that simply getting your once West Coast, now mostly East Coast, family together for a holiday in Lake Tahoe would be enough reason to celebrate and capture family photographs, the Blair family squeezed so much moreread more »


It’s never too late to take senior photos – it still counts, even if you already have a year of college under your belt.  Because senior photos are not about what age you are on the calendar, but what place you haveread more »

Kiki is headed to UC San Diego

How time flies!  I can’t believe Kiki is already a graduating SENIOR, and that I have known her since she was nine years old… I first met Kiki’s parents when they hired me to photograph their wedding in 2009.  Now hereread more »

Ally’s Senior Session

Punctuation.  A simple dash or dot can begin, interrupt, link, end, interrogate, or energize.  Without punctuation, life is just a bunch of garbled words with no structure or form, one run-on sentence with no emotion or more »

Stefanie’s Senior Session in Apple Hill

I had the pleasure of photographing Stefanie’s senior portraits.  Working with seniors is one of my favorite things to do because I love the energy and enthusiasm that they bring to the session.  So many changes happening, and soread more »

Ayumi graduates this spring!

Early one morning last week, my trusty assistant (and daughter) Jaz and I headed out to meet Ayumi and her mom, Akemi. A field of green, wet with the morning dew and the moisture of a rainy spring, greeted us as we captured Ayumi in theread more »

Ryan’s Senior Session ~ Alder Creek

River, rocks and the Death Gap. Ok, Ryan didn’t make us jump the gap (thankfully) but we sure had fun in the outdoors down by the American River at Alder Creek Tract. Ryan is a senior at a local charter school in Camino and is about toread more »

2011 Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp~Fundraiser at Madrona

I had a chance to again support the Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp this year when my friend Nina asked me to photograph their annual fundraiser. People that attend the annual Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp in Pollock Pines every summer are fun andread more »

Mrs. Hargons 3rd & 4th graders making a difference:
Taking their play, “Goin’ Buggy” to a local Senior Center

Below the slideshow is the article my friend and fabulous mom, Melinda Gray wrote for the local paper about our trip to El Dorado Care Center. I know my daughter Jaz is one of the lucky ones to have Lorrie Hargon for third grade. Manyread more »