Yearly Archives: 2012
in the culinary profession to be “in the weeds” is a bad thing. It means you are overwhelmed or have fallen behind. Though there is no official meaning for “in the weeds” in the photography industry, I would like to propose that it is a beautiful place to be. Though I am not doing […]
My husband snapped this photo of me taking a picture of our kids by what we have started calling “studio rock”. It is a huge rock outcropping right behind the abandoned house that I will someday turn into a studio. I am so excited about the potential for our new property. Not just the […]
She made it look so easy. It was so casual and relaxed to capture your senior photos on a lovely day in Madison’s arboretum. Thank you.
I often get asked if I photograph weddings. I don’t. It is not that I don’t like shooting adults or parties. Primarily it is because I don’t want to spend a majority of my weekend days away from my family. Sure I shoot family sessions on weekends, but I shoot for an hour or two […]
This summer and fall is about to get really busy. My family is moving to the country. Not far away at all, just 20 minutes from downtown; however, we will have a lot of new projects to undertake. We have a house to make our own, some land to put to work as we see […]
I spent last weekend with my family and though many people consider Memorial Day weekend the start of summer, for us a hot weekend full of yard work, a fun run/school carnival and sprinklers/beach towels signaled that summer vacation is right around the corner. Which reminds me to remind you to think about your summer portrait needs now. […]
I love photographing kids is their home; however, there are times when it is fun to have a little adventure and to explore the world a bit. There are so many things to do. Sticks to carry, rocks to throw, bugs to look for, flowers to smell, and overhead planes to identify. And when it […]