Category Archives: Personal

A little bit slower

I had the opportunity lately to attend a 3 day workshop with some remarkably talented women. I learned and listened and experienced. We came together to sift through all the different ways that people run their business and conduct their sessions. It made me think about so many aspects of my business. It’s hard to believe […]

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As we are

Many times this friend has commented before a session about how the body or the hair or some thing that one might want to change, improve, modify, didn’t get done yet again in time for photos. And every year she lays that aside and takes photos regardless. And every year I commiserate (and think about […]

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a love letter

to kids that are 9 and 12. to kids that are smart and funny. to kids that will hold their mom’s hand. to kids that will always know how loved they are, how special they are. to kids that are kind. to kids that can be silly and still keep it together. to brothers that […]

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Photobombs still crack me up…

We spent close to half an hour in this little corner of the museum doing to stupidest stuff…including many many photobombs.

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a day of gifts

These are people whose paths I know, have known for over 20 years now. We’ve known each other since the time I was just a kid in college with an old manual camera taking photos of my friends. Later, when things got serious I photographed their wedding. A few years ago I visited and we […]

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still grateful

spending a day with an old friend and her family on their boat on a magical island might look a little something like this (and still feel something like this)

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my friend Rebecca

It’s hard to express the feelings of these photos for me. The feelings of photographing a story, a friend, a life that is so different from mine and yet so lovingly familiar, so joyfully comfortable, so challenging and accepting and provoking and embracing. I can look back on these past visits and see her story […]

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