Memories made…

Last weekend I got to meet and photograph these guys for the first time. They organised this session as a gift to their parents and I am so glad they did. I believe that pictures tell stories and belong on people’s walls and coffee tables for generations to come. I believe that when these kiddos have grown, pictures will remind them of all the family get- togethers, adventures and family holidays they have been part of over the years. And I am sure they’ll have plenty of stories to tell. And as always, I am glad I could help with that. 🙂

Here is your sneak peek!


Every family has a story. Let me tell yours.

Christmas Family Reunions are booking now.



The Elkins Family.

A couple of days ago I created some memories of this family. I have been photographing some of these guys for a while now and I love it whenever I get the whole crew in front of my lens. The family owns a couple of dairies locally and I loved that we used one of the dairies as our shoot location! I hope we’ll get to do this again someday. But for now, check out your Christmas card material for this year in this sneak peek!

Plans For Good…

Last weekend I photographed these guys and their loved ones. We scheduled this session a few months ago and little did we know that one precious son and brother would be missing in these photos.

Brandon Brown died tragically in an accident a few weeks ago and is dearly missed by his parents, brothers,grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins. Although I hardly knew him, it is obvious from the stories I heard that he was caring and loved his family very much.

I am thankful that I was able to create these memories for this family. I am inspired by their faith in God’s promise for Good. In times of grief and sadness I always refer to my favorite bible verse from Jeremiah: For I know the plans I have for you “declares the Lord”, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. (Jeremiah 29:11)

Brown family, I pray that God grant strength and peace to you through this difficult time, and to every person Brandon touched.


Fall fun.

Last Saturday I had these guys in front of my lens again. I have known these boys for several years now and to my surprise, the oldest caught up in height with me already…

Even though the temperature was frigid, they did an awesome job smiling and just going along. So here are some of my favorites from this session.


Class of 2019.

This young man is a senior this year and just had his 18th birthday. And what better season than Fall to create some memories to last…

So happy belated Birthday, Eli. I wish you the best on your new journey! You’ve got this!



The Phelps Family.

I have known this mom and her crew for a few years now and as moms of two boys (with the same age difference) we always find plenty of things to talk about. Mom and dad did surely a great job raising these handsome young men and I can’t wait to hear and see what their future holds for them. Thank you for letting me capture these images and here is your sneak peek!

Fall, Family, Fun.

Fall is definitely a great time for pictures and family togetherness. With the holiday season coming up, I always get excited seeing my folks and catching up with each other. And I imagine these guys do too. There was lots of laughter and cuddles during this session. Grandparents and cousins tried to get lil’ ones smiling and posed and happy… And once again I was reminded why I am a family photographer.

Thank you guys for letting me capture these memories for you. I had a blast! And here is your sneak peek!

Every family has a story. What’s yours?


The Harrison Family.

Last weekend I got to photograph this sweet family for the first time. And as you can imagine I had a blast chasing those two cutie pies. Their matching outfits and blue eyes made my day and I can’t wait to show them their sneak peek. So here y’all go!

Isn’t she a doll?

The Hudnall Family.

Last week I got to create some family pics of these guys. I have known them since these kiddos were babies and I always enjoy catching up with them. So we traipsed all over their pretty place and created some memories and Christmas card material. Thanks for letting me do that. And here is your peek!