This is where I share my latest wedding & portrait work, education and pieces of our life.  When I'm not photographing weddings, you can find me fixing up our 1950s cape cod, teaching preschool and spending as much time as I can with my husband, three girls and adorable Old English Sheepdog puppy Shep!

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If you are just starting the planning process, it’s such an exciting time full of questions. One question I get frequently from couples inquiring with me is…”does it matter who shoots our engagement session”, “do we need an engagement session,” or “we have a friend who is going to do our engagement session, can we […]

For Couples

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*This post includes affiliate links I love doing engagement sessions so much, but if you are anything like me, once you get your photos back you do three things: Gush about them Save a few to post online Promptly forget about them I have so many sessions of my family and of Andy and I […]

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It’s officially Spring! Birds are singing….flowers are blooming…. Just kidding, this is Wisconsin, March and April are what I like to call “Mud Season” But just because it’s muddy doesn’t mean it isn’t the start of Engagement Session Season! Milwaukee in the spring is absolutely beautiful and has some killer engagement session locations. Here are […]

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Taylor and Kyle are the sweetest couple and when they asked if we could do their engagement photos in Kyle’s hometown of Monroe, Wi I was so excited! I always love being able to explore Wisconsin and the drive to Monroe was so beautiful. When I arrived Taylor had scouted and found a few hidden […]

Portraits

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I’ve always been a dog person, so whenever one of my couples asks to bring their dog to their engagement session I know we are a great fit! Seriously, if I could bring our Shepherd, our Old English Sheepdog,   to every session I would! He loves cuddles 🙂 If you were thinking about bringing your […]

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My wedding shoes get a lot of use and a lot of abuse. They need to be: Comfortable Wedding appropriate (obviously no tennis shoes) Durable (20+ weddings a year) Slip-proof My old go-to wedding shoes were Clarks flats, and while I loved them, my body still felt like it was hit by a bus after […]

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