Category Archives: then & now

10 years

This family. Over a decade. If you’ve been with me a while, you might remember.this one It’s always been one of my favorite mother’s portrait. I have a list a mile long I’m grateful for this job and my people are at the top. This year has been a big year for me. I could…

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Consider yourself warned.

This is a public service announcement. What you see in these photographs is a cruel phenomenon that happens when you blink. Whatever you do. Do. Not. Blink. For those of you who have been hanging with me since the beginning, you might remember these 2008 images. Summer’s senior portrait session was my first time seeing…

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tick tick ticking

This song brought to by these two butter-cuppy-cakes. It’s quite a crazy feeling to photograph a baby girl (middle image) one day and then get a call that she got herself a new baby sister right before starting kindergarten! How does time move by at this clip? I don’t get it. I’m trying to be…

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you’ve come a long way, baby

One of the greatest joys of my job (or markers of my age) is watching your families grow up. This little one…oh wait, I can’t call her that. This young woman was just about 11 when I photographed her 7 years ago. Now she’s just graduated high school and on her way to Scotland to…

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I feel old today

Just what the title says. I feel old today. Some of you may remember these girls from the shot on the left. It’s always been one of my favorites. These little chicky-doos are growing up quick like!. I have a special fondness for them because although they are identical twins, they couldn’t be any more…

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