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The Coggiola Family

Andrea and Paul have been married for 22 years and in that time they have opened their hearts and their home to grow their family in many ways including through the foster program. I met Andrea and Paul through my amazing neighbor Leslieread more »

Jack Banks Heacock

Look at this little whipper snapper- and at just three weeks Jack is already stretching his legs and ready to take on the world! Jack Banks Heacock is the precious first child of Rebekah and Nathan. He is also the grandson of aread more »

Catching up with the Barber Family

Alex and Matt married just over 7 years ago at Fausel Ranch in Placerville and I was there to capture their wedding day celebration. It was a memorable day for me as their wedding party was comprised of two other couples who I had alsoread more »

The Fowler Family

Sweet Miss Madilynn was just about 6 months old and Mom and Dad decided it was time to capture this moment in time. Not quite sitting on her own yet, Dad decided to take her flying….LOL (see below). Such a sweet family and funread more »

3+1 makes 4. Welcome Baby Owen!

When Amanda contacted me last year after learning she and Reed were having another baby, I sighed and thought, I must be getting older…. Now while Amanda and Reed were not one of my wedding couples, Amanda and her sister, Rachel were bothread more »

Paige is One!

Just a couple of weeks ago, I got to spend about an hour with mom, Michelle, Paige and big sister Madelyn capturing some images of just the three of them and mostly to celebrate Paige’s first birthday. What a sweety. She evenread more »

The Sahu Family

When Heaven called me after being referred to my business for a Tahoe family snow session right after the holidays, I was ALL in. Well, except for that part where we needed SNOW and SUNSHINE…and in a defined period of time.read more »

The Shull Family

When the Shull family arrived at Sly Park Lake, Kerri and Chris looked incredibly familiar. Then, I realized I knew them due to their -flash mob- fame. Yup, flash mob fame….not everyone can claim that. They were front and center, read more »

Slowing down with Miss Elowyn

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 »