I met Pat and Tricia Allard last year when they welcomed their youngest baby boy to the family. One year later, this boy mom exudes energy like no other, and watching her in her element is quite incredible!
This is a family I photograph every October and it’s been so beautiful watching all her children grow. The lovely Mary is also a family photographer and has supported me since day and I’m so happy to call her a friend!
Once in a while, I’ll take on a brand shoot that leaves me feeling inspired and grounded in my work.
I met Whitney in 2015. She was one of the first talented photographers I got to meet in the industry when I ventured into the wedding world. She took me under her wings for 3 whole summers and helped me every step of the way while I fine tuned my craft. I owe my photography […]
The subtle joys of motherhood captured in this beautiful at-home session. A lot of times I get moms telling me that their home isn’t flawless enough or clean enough to be photographed in but to be honest, all I need is a little spot near the largest window you have to create beautiful images.
I’ve been photographing Sarah and her family for 3 years. From maternity to newborn to one year celebration and now another baby on the way. Building connection with this family and watching little A grow has honestly been the most rewarding experience ever as a photographer.
Tage is the author of “mama needs a drink” and “mama needs a vacay”. Written for parents who just need a little chuckle however, these books somehow found it’s way into my daughters library collection and we have so much fun reading it together. It was such a pleasure photographing Tage and her beautiful family.
With a new baby joining the family and a move underway, Jenny wanted to document this season in their beautiful home before all of the memories were packed up and moved off to their new home. Stella and Spencer were definitely the star of the show that afternoon.
My own personal motherhood journey has taught me so much when working with my families. Each stage requires such a different level of patience and trust. I often hear families apologize for their crazy kid(s) but there is really nothing crazy about them, they’re just being. Instead of forcing them to do something in front […]
Don’t rush through the small insignificant moments – the finger grips, the spit ups, the gummy smiles, the late night feeds in the nursing chair where you’re dying to close your eyes for just another minute. The only urgency is to be present for all of it. Take my hand, and my life whole life […]