All Alaskans know that spring here looks a little different than spring in the Lower 48 (known to non-Alaskan as the Contiguous United States). We don’t even really refer to it as Spring, the month of April is more often referred to as “Break Up Season”.
Before I’d ever even picked up a camera, aside from maybe a disposable. I, like many preteens, started my journey in the work force babysitting. Placed conveniently across the cup-de-sac were some family friends with two little girls. The oldest being Brooklyn and then little Madison.
know me you know I love a simple, elegant, and intentional aesthetic soooo, yes please!! We settled on a local field sprinkled with wildflowers and a fantastic shot of the mountains and you can see for yourself that the result was perfection.
Many vendors can relate, when the corona coaster began, panic ensued. What will we do? How will we make ends meet? Most importantly, What about our poor clients?! I think I speak for many of us in the wedding industry, we feel with you. We are excited for you, we stress with you, and we […]
One thing that makes seasons in Alaska special is they are quick and intense!! Except winter of course. When Ava reached out for her senior portraits fall was in full swing and it was AMAZING!! We had SO much fun exploring a local park in the beautiful fall weather, and I LOVED how she planned […]
High school was where I first picked up a professional grade camera. I had the most wonderful teacher. He made the world of photography easy to understand, he let creativity run free, and he made learning so much fun. He absolutely encouraged each and every one of us that it was possible to make a […]
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