There's not enough time for me to unload all of my creativity and ramblings in blog form, but I doubt you have enough time to read them, anyway! So, I'll do my absolute best to only share what is most likely to benefit you and help you get to know me a little better.
While I'm still in the process of moving my blog posts from my old site, you can find a variety of client galleries, photography tips, personal stories, and more.
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The Sunflower mini sessions at Britt’s Farm in Manhattan, KS were simply amazing this year. How perfectly Kansas! Pictures with this glorious Kansas state flower are in high demand each year. They bloom for a brief period in late August into early September. But, if you miss out on these massive blooms, you can […]
Run, run as fast as you can! You can’t catch me! This little guy was so happy…AND FAST! But, I’m totally up to the challenge of getting photos of your wild child! Parents tend to get frustrated, but 9 times out of 10, I’m having fun chasing your little one around! It’s a rare 2 […]
My life has been crazy hectic lately, but when Adnan’s mommy requested a special balloon picture for his two year old portraits, I welcomed the creative outlet as a distraction. I love me some Photoshop fun! She sent me this adorable image for inspiration: Too cute! Heck yeah, I’ll work with you on that! But, […]
This is golden hour with your favorite Manhattan, KS family photographer. The rich colors of fall bursting with that perfect light just before dusk. This is also a crazy lady with a camera pulling out ALL of her tricks to keep three little dudes from melting down. 😉We actually got a late start to this […]
Choosing the right family photographer is worth the investment. I’m happy to share some of my tricks to help everyone out when the odds are stacked against you! Just tonight, I received a private message from another photographer saying that she had just endured an absolute nightmare of a family photo session. It’s not too […]
I live for the laughter. Those bursts of happiness are easily what I will miss most when my kids grow up…when the magic has been replaced by stress and responsibility and there is nothing but an echo of the silliness that my children injected into each day. I can only assume that is why every grandparent […]