a truth about change.

a truth about change.

I remember nearly 6 years ago when I was transitioning my second born from his crib in the nursery, to a toddler bed in his big sister's room. Not only did I need him out of the nursery so that I could bring another baby into it in just about seven weeks time, but I...

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the Magically Mundane.

the Magically Mundane.

I remember so vividly driving my car down the 180 freeway to a shoot about four years ago when it hit me. I knew I wanted to start offering education for other photographers in the family and motherhood photography realm, but I was so nervous that no one would want...

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love in the city

love in the city

I love getting to explore with families. Stick toes in the sand, head in the clouds, hands and hearts held be one another.

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An end begets a beginning.

An end begets a beginning.

Another year is coming to a close, which reminds me that endings beget new beginnings. A comforting thought as the swiftness of the passage of time becomes more and more evident to me. My baby is nearly a year and a half old, my oldest child is in double digits, and...

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ignoring distractions

ignoring distractions

Yesterday I got to go live on Instagram with someone I greatly admire and find endlessly inspiring and encouraging, Bob Goff. I first read his books flying home from a workshop a few years ago and found myself in tears, laughing, and feeling convicted to love others...

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nostalgia in the making

nostalgia in the making

We met in North Carolina at the glorious Biltmore. She packed a picnic, they sat in the evening sun that made everything look like a watercolor painting. The baby nursed, the little ones ran about. It was a sacred memory I was honored to photograph.

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