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Nov 10, 2019

Last week we made the difficult decision to have Cooper put to sleep. (I hate euthanized so I won’t use it!) Making that decision is simply the worst. We based our decision on a LOT of different factors. Including the fact that he had a belly full of cancer, was quickly going down hill in […]

Nov 1, 2019

When life hands you lemons…make lemonade. Love the phrase. A few weeks ago I was supposed to be out of town at Ellie’s family weekend at Boise State. Kate was not feeling well so we made the call that I would stay home. I was looking at a wide open weekend at home (which is […]

Oct 24, 2019

I’ve said for years that the biggest changes (besides baby to toddler) in kids is in middle school. I haven’t photographed this crew for a couple of years and the changes are astounding! These kids represent grades 8-11 (and grades 4 and 5 for the youngest girlies) so that is right in the biggest change […]

Oct 22, 2019

I’ve had plenty of calls for emergency photo sessions but this one was a first. Tejal normally comes to see me in the spring with her family this time she needed to get some headshots for her business…and STAT! I’m so glad I had a free morning because we had a fun time. She did […]

Oct 22, 2019

Back in the first part of this year Sari sold her house and started remodeling another just like we did. It was fun to see the things she was choosing for her house and it was nice to talk to somebody who understood all the nitty gritty that goes into a whole house remodel. Woo […]

Sep 30, 2019

It is rare to have a high school senior contact me directly. Normally it is a parent emailing to set up a session for their family and senior. In this case, Drew heard about me from one of my other seniors (thanks Natalie!) and contacted me directly. Interesting! He was super responsive. I sent him […]