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Category Archives: Lifestyle

LY Families: Courtney + Parker

There are so many things I dream of doing as a photographer. Like photographing a wedding in a National Park! Or offering one-stop, styled senior packages (hair, makeup, wardrobe styling! Can you imagine?!). And then there’s smaller scale things – like planning a styled shoot, figuring out a consistent office time/editing schedule and shooting family…

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LY Families: The Donius Family

I’ve always imagined having a big family – lots of kids close in age! However, I’ve also been really surprised at how HARD motherhood is for me. Don’t get me wrong, before having my own children, I knew it was a hard job. But I’ve always wanted to be a mommy…so it’ll be easy for…

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LY Lifestyle: Casey + Dustin’s Gender Reveal!

I always LOVE when I get the opportunity to photograph something I never have before…like a few years ago when I bride asked me to photograph her wedding, but instructed me that she did not want any posed pictures, but rather just wanted me to capture the day and moments as they happen. CHALLENGING. But…

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LY Families: The Reeds

When Lexi and I started making plans for her family’s spring session, she mentioned that she wanted the location to be springy; flowers, green – lots of color! Flower farm? Eh..we might be not able to count on having enough blooms. An orchard? Sure, but we’re going to be past the peak of the blossoms….

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LY Maternity: The Myers

It’s hard to believe this beautiful momma-to-be and I used to ride the bus together in ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. I can just imagine the conversations we had as we cruised around on Miss Debbie’s yellow bus, #342. And then we talked about first crushes and gel pens and those middle school teachers we couldn’t stand. A…

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