posing so you look thinner

When I was first getting started with photography, I KNEW that there had to be guidelines for posing that would flatter people and make you like portraits of yourself. For a long time it was just guess work until I began to study what pictures I liked of myself and what pictures I didn’t. Along […]

Jun 4, 2020


bridal getting ready

Having amazing portraits from your wedding day doesn’t just happen on accident, you’ve got to PLAN enough TIME for them! That’s why as you’re planning your wedding day timeline its SO important to allow enough time for what you want captured most. Here are 5 tips for creating a photography-friendly wedding day timeline. Details & […]

Jan 15, 2020


summer meadows family pictures in Colorado

As I pulled up to the Castle Rock open space where we were taking family pictures, the tall grassy meadows immediately caught my eye. They were waving, glistening, really, in the wind as the sun was slowly beginning to set. “Amber waves of grain” started to catch on in my head and I was so […]

Aug 2, 2019


Understanding something complicated is always immensely easier when you break it down into its core parts. Then you can see how it comes together and know how it works. Photography can be complicated, but I’ve found that the same principle applies in learning how to be a better photographer. Photography, like all other art, can […]

May 31, 2017


One of my all time favorite people to photograph are my own kids. They’re just ever changing (especially my little 2 year old – some serious mood swings there!) and capturing them doing life brings me so much joy. Its always frustrating, though, when you try and try to get a good picture and for […]

May 8, 2017


the list

Fusce orci purus, venenatis sed libero vitae, condimentum pellentesque odio. Aliquam semper semper justo, sit amet efficitur mauris tempor at.