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December 22, 2017

The Springer Family Holiday session was one of those sessions where I immediately raced home to my computer, downloaded the images and got to work right away because I was so excited to relieve these moments and share the gallery with my clients as soon as I could. This session was full of belly laughs and truly just felt like we were all hanging out enjoying this sunny December day. Capturing and editing albums like this one excite my right-brain so much. I had so much fun spending the day with this adorable family and am honored to play a part in sharing their story.

I have known Brooke for almost a decade and Steven for about three years so it was so much fun seeing them shine as parents! Photography is so much more than a job for me. It's a way for me to  reconnect with old friends and get to know new ones. It's a way for me to hear new stories about love and life and work together with my clients to tell those stories. I can't wait for more adventures with these three in...

December 6, 2017

So, you wanna know one of the coolest parts about this job I do? When I get to see a couple get engaged, have the honor of photographing their wedding, join them in their pregnancy announcement, capture the last weeks of maternity, witness their first few weeks of parenthood and then create a holiday card for them almost a year later. Like HOLY CANOLI! Time really does fly when you're having fun. I love that I've gotten to join these two (now three) in their life moments year after year. Something about this session just felt super full circle for me.  Here's to more moments of doing life together. Happy holidays to the Redzensky's!

December 6, 2017

This session was so special to me for more reasons than I can count. William and I decided to take a road trip to Little Rock, Arkansas to spend some time with his Mother's side of the family who I had never met until Thanksgiving. In these moments, I truly feel blessed to be a photographer because I have the honor of capturing priceless memories that mean a lot to me personally. I am always humbled by Kodak moments, but there's something extra special when the moments are yours. Today, I am thankful.

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