• A Breather

    On Thursday, I posted this on Instagram sharing how I was feeling irritable, insecure and a bit deflated. Not only was I encouraged – I also realized that I’m not alone. Lucky for me, we had a roadtrip planned and it was good for the soul. We drive back to Adam’s hometown and spent a

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  • Intentional Shoots

      I recently had a photo session with Jessica on the first day of fall. The shoot, for me, was very different than those I’ve shot in the past. I actually spent time thinking about it beforehand. Just like designing – I’m always pushing myself to sketch things out first. To think about it for

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  • Recent Work

    I’ve been pretty busy lately. Mostly juggling the business side of things with creative work. I’ve had a lot of photoshoots and have been learning a lot. I decided to host a pop-up shoot at a local park and charged $30 for a 15 minute shoot with people and their dogs! I used all of

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  • Capturing

    I’ve been experimenting and playing around with some new concepts while shooting photography lately. I’m pretty sure I’m going to be hosting a “pop-up shop” at a local space where I’ll be photographing kids, families or anyone who wants a unique portrait! I’m pretty excited and trying to figure out the details now before the

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  • This Is My Jam

    Did you know that my husband and I own a company called The Wonder Jam? We help individuals and small businesses build their brand, get a little goofy + highlight how they’re unique. Here are a few examples of our current client work. We gravitate towards people who do what they love. Because we love what

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  • My Camera is Heavy

      I’m totally pooped. I photographed at a shoot for The Blowout Bar for 10 hours yesterday. 12 models. Hair, makeup and wardrobe. My 85mm/1.2 is heavy and I’m kind of embarrassed that I’m sore from holding it all day. No matter what, it was a blast and I’m so honored to work with amazing

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  • NYC: Day 4

    Our last full day in NYC was a busy one! We were (again) blessed with amazing weather. We started off the day with an iced coffee from Cup and finally went to Waffle and Wolf. We had been exceptionally excited about this place because they offer amazing stuff wrapped inside waffles. It’s like a waffle burrito.

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  • Practicing

    I know I’ve been posting a lot of pictures of strangers lately. I hear in the blogging world most people don’t like looking at photos of people they don’t know. But oh well. I do what I want! Like I mentioned yesterday – I spent most of last weekend shooting with my new lenses. I

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  • Recent Photography

    The weather is warmer and I’ve been playing with some new lenses before I make the jump and actually purchase one. Here are some of my latest shots! I’m booking portraits in Columbus anytime until June 12th. If you’re in NYC, I’m booking portraits June 14-17th. Let me know if you’re interested! See more work

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  • The Other Side

    Last week, I shot photos of Becca and by the end of our session I was on the other side of the camera. I rarely seek out the opportunity to get my picture taken and so I reluctantly agreed while prefacing that I’m awkward. Her shots made me realize that you can love the way

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  • Rediscovered

    I had a real weekend. No travel. No work. No commitments. I slept in. Watched 4 movies. Shopped til I dropped. Got my hair cut and colored. Had cocktails. Cleaned our entire townhouse. Did laundry. Ate mac n cheese at 3am. Talked to my family on the phone. Loved Adam more. Re-designed my blog header. The list

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  • A Bond

    I’m a lot older than my brother and sister. Six years older than my brother. Ten years older than my sister. Despite the years in between – the three of us have a bond. Besides Adam, I feel most comfortable with them. They can tease me, we can all be honest and I can laugh

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