Specializing in capturing memories of families, high school seniors, children, and pets.

The Importance of Photographer-Child Interaction Time

This is a bit of a continuation and emphasis of a previous article I have shared on the blog about “How to Get Real, Genuine Smiles from your Kids”, but a further explanation of why it is vital to come to your session either on time or a couple of minutes early. This will allow us…

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Custom Framing Now Available For Your Family, Child, Pet, and Senior Portraits

Over the past few years, I have gotten various requests from clients about framing options for their gorgeous portraits.  In order to provide you a full and complete portrait experience from start to finish, I now offer custom framing for all wall portraits! I am thrilled to offer a variety of styles to custom fit…

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Dressing for a Fall Family Session

My favorite time of year to shoot has finally arrived – Fall! Changing leaves with its vibrant colors makes for a great backdrop. Fall is all about bundling up in lots of layers, enjoying the shift from hot to cool, and soaking up the sun and autumn foliage. Below are a few quick tips on how…

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Choosing the Right Accessories for Your Senior Portraits

You’ve got your outfit planned, know exactly what you’re doing with your hair, and have already spoken to the makeup artist about that gorgeous eye makeup. Now it’s time to consider your accessories, which can make or break your outfit. Here are four things to keep in mind when putting together your entire look: Don’t…

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How to Get Real, Genuine Smiles from Your Kids

One of my favorite things to do is photograph children. There is such an innocence and joy to them and I love trying to capture each child’s personality. However, you may find that sometimes when it comes to being in front of a camera, your child freezes up and becomes a totally different kid. In this…

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