Miss Elliott arrived to her adoring parents Christy and Quinn about ten days early so we quickly rescheduled her newborn session for when she was about 6 days old. With a lovely new home decorated for Christmas and a nursery (mostly)read more »
I admit it. I don’t like writing. I could photograph and edit all day long, unfolding the story of a moment in time with my camera. When it comes to writing as expression, I generally feel inadequate.
Getting to tell the story of familiesread more »
Sierra will be joining this landscape in the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains any day now…in fact I just heard that mama, Allyson is on bed rest in order to keep their little one cooking for just a while longer.
A few months ago,read more »
Little Kinsley came into this world very quickly upon approaching the hospital a couple days before her due date. In fact, it was not even the hospital she was supposed to be born at. There are always great birth stories.
Healthy, happyread more »
Lily decided that 40 weeks was an insurmountable amount of time in order to meet her family. At about 34 weeks Kailey started having contractions and was put on bed rest. About a week after that, I got the call at 11pm that she wasread more »
I’ve known Michelle and Tim since their engagement in 2010. Since then I have photographed various versions of their growing family seven times, I think. I added the links below to some of these blog posts because it is fun to lookread more »
On January 4, Baby Mac greeted his Mom, Dad and big sister Stella for the very first time. Back in 2012, I had the honor of photographing Stephanie and Bill’s wedding and also a year or so later, Stella’s newborn photographs. read more »
Just a few short weeks ago I photographed Michelle and Tim’s maternity session at Fausel Ranch. Within 2 weeks of our session, and 15 days early, little Madelyn came into the world. And I got to photograph her at home recently withread more »
Getting to photograph the continuing stories of my past wedding clients is one of my most favorite things to do. I love the connections maintained with my wedding couples and the candidness that a little history can bring to my work for aread more »