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Never Lost

You are never lost when you can see the temple. – Gary E. Stevenson Our church views family relationships as eternal. Heavenly Father intends for our families to survive into the vast future… Continue reading

Haley the Grad- Senior Portraits

Meet gorgeous Haley! She wrapped up her days at high school this past spring and she’s launched into the big world, ready to make her mark! We had a blast in the alleyway… Continue reading

Called to Serve in Raleigh- Missionary Portraits

Taylor and I had tons of fun taking photos to commemorate her upcoming mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints! She is currently serving in North Carolina and sharing… Continue reading

Colleen and Bill- Family Portraits

Quick Update with some quick shots for these two lovebirds on a drizzly January day.

Amanda and Sean- Engagement Portraits

This is one of my very first best friends and my cousin for life! When I first saw Amanda with Sean, I knew that she met her match. You can see it too!… Continue reading

When I Am Baptized- Baptism Portraits

This is my very special, first ever little niece. The one who made me an aunt and made my heart ache in the most beautiful and profound way. Watching her grow into a… Continue reading

Lil Miss “S”- Newborn Photography

Not too long after my shoot with Kim and Bret, this little angle made her debut! She’s probably less than a week here, I believe. I’m able to do SO much more work… Continue reading

Kim and Bret- Maternity Photography

This couple were fun to work with. Super low key and up for almost anything! They were expecting their first born, and I think it’s so important to document this pivotal point in… Continue reading

Soup’s On

I have to admit it. I love my slow cooker. It may seem silly, but I love having a warm, yummy, and nutritious meal cooking at home while I’m at work. =) I… Continue reading


Growing up my mom made a version of Spanish Rice that was hearty enough that it stood on it’s own as a main dish. During a visit a few years ago after missing… Continue reading