Category Archives: photography

No Better Than the Rest

Hello April – you’re turning into that month I forgot to blog.  But two things of note have happened recently: First, I died last week.  I was literally a corpse for seven whole days.  I got strep throat from the … Continue reading

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Taking Family Pictures

Taking family photos is my favorite part of being a photographer. I love the way images can capture personalities, playfulness, sibling rivalry, and all the love that holds a family together. Today I am blogging a recent family photo session … Continue reading

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Not Quite Picture Perfect

Sometimes things don’t go as planned.  This could be my family’s everyday mantra. This weekend all the stars aligned, as they so rarely do, and all of my siblings, their families, and my parents ended up in the same place at … Continue reading

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I believe in . . .

Sometimes people ask me if it is hard to be divorced and be a wedding photographer.  They wonder if it is sad for me to spend so much time documenting other people in love when my own marriage shattered to pieces.  … Continue reading

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Wedding Weekend

I am shooting a wedding today at a ranch up north.  I’ve got to prep, and drive, and work, and drive some more.  So today, I bring you a few shots from a Santa Fe wedding I worked on Thursday.  … Continue reading

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An Imperfect Success

(Part Two. Read Part One: A Perfect Failure, here) I am a photographer (It’s true.  Take a look here!).  People pay me (in dollars and cents, not hugs and kisses) to take pictures for their weddings, their political events, their … Continue reading

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