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Gavin 3 Months | SE Portland Mini Session

I recently posted Gavin’s newborn session & I cannot believe how much he changed in just three months.  It&#View full post »

Gavin | SE Portland Newborn Photographer

The more newborn sessions I shoot, the more I fall in love with them.  As a SE Portland Newborn Photographer, I findView full post »

Vos Family | NE Portland Family Photographer

NE Portland Family Photographer If I could shoot every session up the Columbia River Gorge I think I’d be a very,View full post »

Boucher Family | SE Portland Family Photographer

Hey look at me, I’m blogging!  I have so many great sessions from over the last year that I can’t wait toView full post »

NE Portland Lifestyle Photographer | Adeleen

NE Portland Lifestyle Photographer It was pretty amazing to get to capture this sweet little session.  I’ve knownView full post »

Camping at Oxbow Regional Park | Personal

we were always pretty daring when it came to doing things when our boys were babies.  our kids have flown countlessView full post »

Bauman Family | Portland Family Photographer

I’m so excited to get my first official family session here in Portland in the books & on the blog!  LayceView full post »

Teater Family | Fort Vancouver Family Session

One of the best parts about moving to a new city is the thrill of finding new spots around you for shoots.  And I haveView full post »

Holiday Mini Sessions | Hunter Family Farm Olympia

It’s Holiday card season, yay!  Mini sessions are the perfect way to get a quick updated portrait for yourView full post »

Torres Family | Tacoma Family Photographer

I’ve been a Tacoma Family Photographer for a few years now & am so lucky to have had quite a few repeatView full post »

the Bailey Family | Family Session | Layton, UT

I love nothing more than when my clients become friends & when my friends become clients.  But when I’mView full post »

Lifestyle Newborn | Mylah Jae | Olympia, WA

Can I just say how much I love my job?  Eeesh, I probably sound like a broken record.  But just imagine meetingView full post »

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