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!
Do you hear that internet? It’s the sound of my kids heading back to school!!! As much as I adore each and every summer, I know we thrive when we have a solid routine. I love having structure to block our schedules, and with all three girls being in school each afternoon, I can have […]
It’s been such a busy week coming back from vacation, and I thought it would be fun to start a new blog series! For years I’ve struggled with what to do weekly series. I always feel too cheesy or forced. On our trip, I realized I could do a low pressure blog series with things […]
Does anyone else feel like this summer has flown by and it’s basically time to celebrate New Years? I can’t be the only one. July was full of gorgeous weddings and a much needed time of rest with my family. We are still recovering this week from our 12-hour road trip turned 24-hour semi nightmare drive […]
Our move to Wisconsin from Arizona in 2014 was kind of kismet. The company I was working for full time was getting bought out, and I was just staying on through the transition. I was pregnant with Eisley and already anticipating a maternity leave. Then Andy got this amazing job offer and the only catch […]
It’s been one year since I emptied out my closet and started doing a capsule style wardrobe. What exactly is this you may ask? A capsule wardrobe is just a fancy way to downsize. So instead of combing through the closet for 20 minutes each morning and trying on every item, I only have a […]
February 21st is a day I will never forget! For those who haven’t heard the story, my husband and I actually eloped in Las Vegas where I was attending a photography conference. We both didn’t want a big wedding, and our parents actually talked us into it! In a million years, I never thought I’d […]