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Category Archives: SENIORS & HEAD-SHOTS

David. (Nuff’ said.)

Remember David from my last trip back to Arizona?!?! If not, take a minute to look at his session from a few months ago. Naturally, I love photographing David because he’s smart, funny, sweet and handsome.  But, it’s really fun to document the different stages and interests in his life.  David brought along a few […]

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Ryan & Melissa

I have great clients!  Not only do they value the importance of documenting the stages of life, they also love sharing this gift with their own friends and family!  Recently, a client purchased a gift certificate for her friends who got engaged.  I met the couple on Saturday and had a really fun time getting […]

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Dave (and a plug for head shots)

I met Dave two years ago at a wedding I was photographing.  He was the pastor and I was so impressed with his meaningful and symbolic words throughout the ceremony.  Since that wedding, I have received several calls from Dave, just wanting to make sure I haven’t decided to go back to photographing weddings.  He’ll […]

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When we heard the news my niece was going to be in a musical, we were so excited to make the 6-hour trip to be there for it.  (My mother-in-law drove even longer!) Madison is sooooo talented, sweet and funny.  It’s not a surprise why she has so many fans! There’s more coming soon, but […]

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Jeff, Kresta & the kids

This past week has been the busiest and most demanding time I ever remember having.  A new website has created issues I never thought possible.  But each day, I looked forward to sharing the Fosters family session.  Although I’m a few days later than I wanted to be with their Sneak Peeks, I finished all […]

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I recently listened to someone who was interviewing Farredeh.  After the man made a comment that she looked like a super-model when she walked in the room, Farredeh was quick to set the record straight that she was just a ‘normal, stay-at-home mom.’ When I met her for the first time, it was clear by […]

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