Marianne is one of my dearest friends. We met during our BFA days, and now we are having babies and remodeling our old homes together. She’s been there through my sad and happy days, and is one of my biggest supporters. I sure love her and her darling family. And that Miles is a heartbreaker, with his killer smile.
Magically, wedding season happens, and I almost automatically get behind on blogging. I will catch up on all you pretties soon, I promise! But look how cute Mary is. And going off to New York for Interior Design. I wish I had been that bold and awesome at 18.
The grace period as you wait to meet your baby for the first time is incredibly beautiful.
There is nothing sweeter than watching a family grow. I photographed Heather and Tyler’s wedding a few years back, and it was wonderful to revisit them and see how they have gone from two to four. Little Haddie was an angel, sleeping and sweet, and Keely was a good big sister, so excited and interested in the baby. I love seeing the little moments in a families life. Sometimes there are tears, that need to be soothed away by Dad, and sometimes there are silly moments of hiding in the curtains. Always it’s real and precious. It was such a pleasure to document such a sweet and fleeting stage in this family’s life.
Thank you so much Heather and Tyler for letting me into your beautiful home, to photograph your beautiful family!
If you are interested in having me photograph your sweet little family, please drop me a line at, email@example.com.
I would love to photograph you!
About a month ago Lucy and I went out to Colorado Springs to visit my sister’s family, and to spend time with our brand new niece, Harper. Lucy was in heaven. This is the closest she has ever been to a baby, and she was a little obsessed (read, want to touch all the time.) We crammed a lot of fun into two days, but maybe my favorite thing we did was the lazy Saturday. The kind where you stay in your pajamas, eat pancakes, and have a dance party.
We sure miss everyone, but were grateful for the short little visit, and Lucy now calls all babies now, “Hawper.” Oh, and for the record, my 3200 speed film went just fine through the airport scanner. Whew! Now, I know.
The Fall Session Sale is here and I want to photograph you! From the 18th-25th, all sessions are discounted! What this means to you,
$150, include 25 5X7 Christmas cards
With high resolution DVD, $450
30% off all additional prints
(Regular Price, $705)
$250, includes 30 minute session, and approximately 20-30 high resolution images on DVD
30% of all additional prints
(Regular price $300)
What to expect: Lots of playing, snuggling, laughing and family memory making. I want to capture you, and all your love, craziness, silliness and happiness and even a child melt-down or two (hey, it happens). Let’s get out and play in this beautiful weather! What type of session is applicable? All! Families, bridals, engagements, newborns, kiddies, dogs!
I would love to meet you and your fabulous family and get out and play in this beautiful weather! Please contact me at, firstname.lastname@example.org, for additional information. The sale price is good for the next week, but the sittings can be taken anywhere from now until December 15th.
All Portrait Sessions are for the Salt Lake Valley and Mini Sessions, Murray Park.
Session prices are for families 6 and under. Additional fees apply for extended families and families 7 and greater.
I love this little family so much. Kelii, Eveline, Emi, Kenji, and Mia are the components of one sweet family. I photographed Mia’s birth story last year, and look how much the little munchkin in pink has grown-up. We did this session, A La Mini Session style, and I loved the little moments we captured. Eveline is a pretty fabulous photographer herself, and is the owner of Little Wunders, which is filled with all sorts of loveliness. And she is an amazing mother, friend and person. She is even lent me her camera once, when mine was being repaired. That’s a good friend for you.
I’m sad to see the end of long summer days like this one. It sure went by quickly this year.