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$34 SESSION FEE WHEN YOU BOOK IN MARCH because SPRING is coming and it’s time to plan a portrait session! Just schedule a session in March for MARCH-APRIL-MAY 2016 and your session fee is only $34. WHAT DO YOU GET? 1 hour session choice of purchasing a digital file package -OR- ordering prints NO minimum […]

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Did you watch the Oscars last night??  I have some thoughts on how the production went… First of all… I loved the little bubble that popped up to say who the heck some of the presenters were. I also liked the ‘So-and-so would like to thank the following people…’ that ran across the bottom. Next.. […]

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Yes. I know this image is upside down. I’m too lazy to fix it. We just got back from our 4th annual trip to Arizona! What an adventure. Traveling with a 16 month old is already challenging, let alone with one that has bronchitis and carsickness. Want to hear a play by play of how […]

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so….currently my studio looks like this: (wow… I should REALLY think about watering that plant…) and this is the inspiration getting me through…… just in CASE you were wondering where I’ve been hiding. Photography career is a little sleepy this time of year always… it’s a great opportunity to do the following activities: spend less time […]

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The thing about family is that it’s a real, living, breathing, ever-changing thing. It’s number 1 on our minds. It’s number 1 on our list of priorities. It’s why we work. It’s who we love most. My heart sings every time I get the honor to capture one of these family-thingies. And sooooo not for […]

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I’ll be out of the office January 13-18 for a leadership conference in Nashville! ….where we’ll probably have no fun at all. hehehehe I’ve had so many opportunities to go there, I’m so excited to finally check it out!

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When we’re not hanging out with each other, we’re hanging out with this family. I first met Debora a year after we lived in Wahoo. Sheila introduced us in the back of her car on our way to Fremont to feed the homeless. I knew right away that we’d be close. She began SCLP out […]

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