winds of change

Atop a hill, overlooking the mountains, I met this family to capture their story of what life looks like right now, one year after the birth of their first child. Since Teethkiss, I’ve made it a goal to experiment in between shots at every session. To continue to take risks, to grow, to follow my passion and to curate new, interesting art that makes me (and hopefully others) feel something. Some of these photos are nontraditional for that reason. I’m loving the winds of change I’m seeing.

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the magic of childhood

I’ve been participating in a workshop by photography virtuoso Yan Palmer called Teethkiss that has sort of changed my life…and along with it, my art. This was my first session since delving into it, and I feel like my work is taking on a different meaning. I’m seeing things more intentionally. Of course, there are still your more traditional family photos included in the gallery but this session focused around a little girl, whose parents adore her and who has the wildest, most beautiful hair. It is a depiction of childhood. The balance of being safely encircled in loving arms, and the freedom of roaming in an open field, throwing grass in the air and letting it fill you with the purest joy.

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Clover + park play + the Vogels

I love when a photoshoot has something inanimate as a major theme, unplanned. This session it was clover flowers. We had a laid back evening at a park, picking clover, watching the kids play as a family. I wish more … Continue reading

The Sechler family

Can we discuss this adorable family for one sec? Mmkay. They’re funny. They’re beautiful. They chose to have photos in what is probably my favorite location ever. Their kids are brunette, blonde, and red haired…one of each! They made my … Continue reading

Baby E + family fresh 48

This family started out primarily as clients and turned into friends. Watching their kind hearts in action as parents, watching parenthood come to both of them so naturally from the first 48 hours of both of their children’s lives has been … Continue reading