I just went and counted so you don’t have to— Read More
A whopping 24 hugs are contained within this blog post of Tristan + Courtney’s wedding day.
And if that doesn’t give you a good indication about the kind of sweetness herein, I dunno what will.
Eric and I have fallen into a routine after every session. Read More
He’s typically working at his desk when I come home, I drop my keys on the bannister before making my way upstairs, and he asks how it went by the time I reach the first landing.
Pretty sure I shouted my response after Hannah + Kelly’s session on the lake and it went something like this—
There are all sorts of things that give me the warm fuzzies when it comes to Jas and Josie’s engagement session. (So much so, that I’ve already updated my official portfolio with 2 of the images below, I love it all so much.) Read More
I doubt you’ve seen a scroll bar this long on one of my engagement sessions blogs. Read More
I’m on a HIGH, you guys! Read More
First session of 2019 is in the books and more of Lizzie + Ender’s engagement session is in the link!
After Becky + Alan’s engagement session, I think I’m going to have to start imposing a few rules for all future shoots. Read More
It was the perfect August day in Duluth. Read More
As a personal amusement, I decided as I arrived at the lake that morning that I was going to keep count of how many times I overheard anyone express the same sentiment.
And what I got was three.
(And I'll admit, the last one was someone agreeing with me as I tried to coax them into marveling.)
A couple that plays together, stays together. Read More
Isn't that what they say?
You know, it's not quite right to assume that I only like to photograph the big belly laughs that appear throughout a wedding day. (And they always do appear, which is one of the things I like best about weddings—the joy.) Read More
You know how it is when you go to a restaurant, you're scanning the menu, and one of your ingredient pops up? (See also: pomegranate, fig, lamb.) You know, the thing where you immediately stop, you tap the menu in a moment of triumph, and order it up without another glance? Read More