Category Archives: Personal

In late 2013, I decided that I would take on a 365 portrait project documenting each day with my son. I shot a portrait of him every single day of 2014. Each time I look back at that year of portraits, I’m immediately reminded of what milestones he was hitting, what toys he loved, and…

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One of the most frequent topics of discussion with new clients revolves around choosing an in-home newborn session and what that entails. I’ve been in apartment buildings, starter homes, gated communities, grandparent’s homes, and everything in between. Each time has produced beautiful newborn portraits. There’s a misconception that you need to have an impeccably decorated home…

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My children are no strangers to the camera. I know it’s typical for photographers to document on a much larger scale than other parents, and I am no exception. Bribery definitely plays a part in motivating the troops along too, so don’t let the overwhelming perception of cooperation fool you. I assure each of my clients when…

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When I got my film scans back from Indie Film Lab this week, I thought sharing some personal work would be a fun post. Last year, Kent gifted me the Nikon FE for Mother’s Day. We’ve been getting acquainted/reacquainted with shooting film, so it’s been a slow burn. After a few rolls that left us scratching…

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One of my goals for 2016 is to keep my work simple and classic. I want my clients to walk away from their session with heirloom portraits that will be cherished for generations. The best way to illustrate my goal is to think about the difference between the words “trendy” and “classic”. Let’s think about…

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