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Well spring snowstorm number one arrived today so Shannon and I set up a brand new seamless paper and took turns with the camera.  She’s always much more cooperative with the promise that she’ll get her turn too.  Lucky for me, she’s got a knack for this shooting business already!  Since we have quite a few typical portraits of Shannon from her birthday session I experimented a little more with my dining room lighting  by shifting the curtains around to create […] Continue reading →


I have had the privilege of photographing this little rascal in the past and so I had an idea of what I was in for with this session. 😉  Aden has such personality already and is showing an incredible gift with music even at the age of three.  I can’t wait to hear his jam sessions with his family in the near future!  Happy birthday Aden, us Days are thrilled we get to watch you grow! […] Continue reading →

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  I have never thought of myself as a rebellious person.  Until lately.  As some as you may have picked up on in my previous posts I am not happy with where I am.  As a photographer.  As an artist.  As a person.  The temptation has been to scour the internet through Pinterest, blogs, websites and articles to gain some information and inspiration.  It hasn’t worked.   At all.  It only increased my restlessness and revealed my complete disgust with fast food photography. […] Continue reading →


“This is my commandment, That  you love one another, as I have loved you.  Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.” – John 15:12 & 13 […] Continue reading →


In the Making


No one is more aware of their child’s faults than their parents and often we overlook their strengths in our efforts to sand their edges.  Children are truly diamonds in the rough and parenting requires a steady hand and a wisdom beyond what we actually possess.  As Scott and I walk through these next five years with Shannon it is my hope and prayer that we can discern what to prune and what not and to see her potential in it’s rawest forms.  Shannon, may you learn that […] Continue reading →

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