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Diesel

I keep saying that I am going to be better at blogging and then I still just never find the time to do it. Here is toView full post »

My boys

If you know me, you know I have a fierce love for my nephews. They have, and always will, mean the world to me. ThisView full post »

One year ago….

One year ago I made the very scary decision to quit my full time job as an Art Director to pursue photography fullView full post »

Road Trip!!!!

Jesse had been out fishing and stumbled upon some gorgeous campsites just Southwest of Fargo and was excited to showView full post »

Goodbye 33…..

Around this time each year I find myself wishing that I had lived the past year different. Praying that next year willView full post »

Home is where the heart is

I keep thinking about my parents farm today. Now that the snow is starting to melt, I can walk around the woods easierView full post »

Frosty Morning at home

I swear, a little time in the country is exactly what my soul needs from time to time. Being able to spend the weekendView full post »

village family magazine cover photo!!

A while back I received an email from the Village Family Magazine saying they were looking at my photos on Facebook andView full post »

It’s a fairytale life.

I am still trying to get back into the groove of working after the holidays. I was blessed to be able to travel with myView full post »

Christmas Surprise

Yesterday, one of my clients came in for her sons 9 month photos. I have been photographing Kathryn’s family forView full post »

FREE Photo Shoot!

Yesterday would have been my grandma Dale’s birthday as well as my grandma and grandpa’s anniversary. MyView full post »

2012 Holiday Business After Hours

Yesterday we spent the evening at the 2012 Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours. This year it was held at theView full post »

You’re gonna miss this.

I frequent other photographers blogs. Not only do I enjoy seeing what they are working on but I love hearing theirView full post »

Fall on the Farm

There is nothing better than the fall in the country, old buildings and a beautiful sunrise. This was my greatView full post »

What do I want?

What do you want? The answer to that question has changed so much from what it used to be. Part of me misses my oldView full post »