I’m not sure if you’ve ever noticed this or really given it any thought, but any time someone is in a picture, whether they’re with a group of people or by themselves, the first thing they want to do when the photo op is over is see how they look in it. Right?! I know […]
It’s a little crazy that this was my last portrait session for what seems like forever because of the quarantine! But if that’s the way it has to be, I’m so glad it is this one that gets to stick in my mind. Because it was wonderful. Oh and don’t worry, this was before the […]
This was one of those opportunities that gave me the “oh my gosh, I get to do this?!” type of feelings. Events to a T is a wedding planning team of incredible, sweet, talented women and I was SO honored when I got the email asking if I’d like to take their team photos. I […]
Lauren and I found a bench where we could sit and chat for a few minutes in Drexel Town Square. It was the most beautiful night; kids were playing in the open grass, couples were grabbing a bite to eat. The summer feeling in full force. Within five minutes of talking to her, I started […]
I’m so excited to share this session with you! Rachel (who, by the way, is absolutely wonderful) came all the way from Madison for her personal branding photos. That’s about an hour and a half drive, for those who aren’t from Wisconsin! When Rachel arrived, she explained that she had a bit of a chaotic […]
I cannot cook. Actually, now that I think about it, a more accurate statement would be “I sincerely dislike cooking and will make any excuse to avoid it.”
I live in Wisconsin, but I have major heart eyes for the South! Plantation style homes, Spanish moss, sweet tea… swoon!
My dream destination is Italy. Relaxing on the coast with my dreamboat husband and a tall glass of Cabernet? Yes please.
I read a book with a slow cup of coffee every. single. morning. I’m mainly after personal & professional growth, but I’ll throw in the occasional mystery thriller for good measure.
I currently live in the city, but I have country roots that I couldn’t be any prouder of.