Every adult says it, and it feels like a cliché until you realize it’s true, time flies. It’s not like someone actually hits the fast forward button on our lives like in Click, but it sure feels like it. As we get older, our time is taken up with driving kids to practices, appointments, playdates, and of course shopping for the last minute dress-up day at school. Not to mention
I have been debating whether or not to share a piece of my private life that has been impacting my business. Well, I saw that October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month so here goes nothing. For those of you that know me personally, you know that I have a history with miscarriages. To understand my recent struggles, you need to know where it all started… The Anticipation
Now is the time to start planning your senior portrait session! I am on the hunt for 2020 seniors that are interested in having a fun photo session. Students that are chosen will have the opportunity to be a featured senior for the upcoming school year. Only a limited number of seniors will be accepted from each school. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to check on the availability for your
It meant the world to me to be asked to photograph this little man for his newborn portraits. Last year I photographed the wedding of his parents and now they are a family of three! The happiness, hope, and dreams the family has for a new baby fills my heart with joy. There’s just nothing like a new baby and I don’t take my responsibility as a newborn photographer lightly.
Spring fever has hit me hard! Since we’re not going anywhere warm, the next best thing is looking at photos from a child session on a warm day! Last summer I had the sweetest girls travel all the way from Dakota, Minnesota to see me for some princess time. We started by trying on and selecting dresses at the studio. Then we ventured to Leo Rudolph Nature Reserve in Owatonna,