Posts tagged Troy

I can't believe it's June already! This year is flying past and it seems like everyone I know has been super busy! Over the last few months I've started getting used to the cooperative studio space that I have been renting and I'd like to share a few of my favorite portraits that have been created there! I'm now offering mini studio sessions on demand, so contact me today if you'd like to get on the schedule!

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To be asked to photograph the wedding of friends is truly one of the greatest honors I could ask for. I have known Joely and Tom for a long time and they are some of the friendliest and most down to earth people I have ever met. Joely used to work with my husband and the four of us have run in a Zombie 5K together (and hopefully will again). Something else really special about these two is that they are in a band together, Stretch. I think that could be a hard thing, but they make it work! They play all cover songs and do an amazing job at it. I always wish that I could go to more of their shows – anyone want to babysit?

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This blog post is a sister story to one written by my very dear friend Carrie, another local photographer, and I absolutely adore her work! Our sons are just three days apart in age and we say they are best friends, even if they don’t know it yet! Several weeks ago we got our families together to have a no-stress portrait session trade off and it was equal parts awkward and fun. I think photographers have the hardest time getting their own portraits made because we are so critical of the process and often much more comfortable behind the lens than in front of it. Despite that, since our families are such close friends we were really able to let go and allow our true selves to shine through while enjoying time with our husbands and babies! Nearing the end of our session the light filtering down the trees was brilliant and made for a really warm finish to our portrait session, which we closed out with dinner at The Shop (because supporting local business is so important, and the food there is uh-maze-ing)!

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