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 »
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 »
“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 »
It has been a few years since I photographed the Gimpel family and was excited they were ready for another session. After giving them a few ideas of locations, they said that “upcountry” suited them–so off we went.read more »
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 »
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 »
Well, since Miss Lily arrived about 6 weeks earlier than planned our Lake Tahoe maternity session ended up being inside Marshall hospital on the maternity level, during the birth. Well, not really…but sort of. I’ve beenread more »
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 »