August 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
We had the privilege of vacationing in Charleston, SC a few weeks back, and my was it a glorious week. These Californians could barely keep up with the all the Southern history and culture. I had to conceal my bohemian sense of fashion and embrace the pastels, floral prints, and straw hats. But it was stunning. As a photographer, the eclectic build...
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Giveaway Winner: Vincent Family

June 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This spring, we decided--for the first time--to do giveaway. The idea was this: bring in a new client and do some variation of a 30 minute shoot. Jennifer, our winner, was excited to take their first ever family photos with their two little ones, Garrett and Beatrice Kate. Garrett is adopted, and just 9 months older than his sister, Beatrice Kate....
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Zack + Melissa: Downtown Durham Wedding

May 24, 2017  •  2 Comments
My apprentice, Celeste, and I had the honor of being a part of Zack & Melissa's big day at Belt Line Station in downtown Durham last month. It was such fun to explore one of my favorite cities for this wedding - they even did their first look at the ballpark! We were there during batting practice, so the best man had the honor of watching for fly b...
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Stranger Wings: Birds of London

April 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
During my recent trip to England and France, I embarked upon an impromptu (and admittedly odd) mission to capture some of the interesting-looking birds around the parks in London. Perhaps it's because they're so different from the species we have here in North Carolina, perhaps it's because I love ducks of all sorts - either way, I had a blast capt...
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Not Pictured: A Day of Honest Social Media

March 17, 2017  •  1 Comment
Recently, I was reflecting on how social media does not reflect the truth of our lives. People will often post a sunny, smiling photo of their kids, and in the caption, note: "Not Pictured: the fight I got about putting on nice clothes" or some other tongue-in-cheek comment about the reality behind the pristine image. Our mundane, frustrating, tire...
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