Honestly, I’m not a travel photographer. It’s MUCH harder than it looks. Between tourists photobombing, demanding schedules, safety, and just plain travel exhaustion… it’s a whole new job in itself. That said, I loved EVERY GOSH-DARN-MINUTE of this trip. And I learned so much about travel photography and how to get good photos while traveling to new places. So today, I’m writing the 6 things I learned about taking good travel photos, and all about our time in FRANCE!Read More
Today i’m writing about my favorite cheap lens for photography. I’ve had it since the beginning and I still take it with me as a back-up on wedding days and use it every time I travel. I recently challenged myself to use only this one cheap, affordable, and small lens for documenting a dreamy styled shoot in sunny southern California.Read More
It’s been a heck of a long time since I shared anything personal here. Maybe I’ve been too busy to take the time to share anything about me… but truthfully I’ve known what I
want need to say and I’ve been to afraid to say it. I wrote the words below to give as a talk at a women’s event this spring… but, I wasn’t able to deliver then, so i’m sharing now!
You know, social media can really make being an entrepreneur look like unicorns and rainbows when most of the time it’s actually ramen noodles, day old yoga pants, credit card debt, and a messy house while you sit in front of a computer screen for hours.
Today I’m sharing some notes about life along with images of three of my FAVES! Spencer, Belen & Hendrix are wild and fun, we had such a blast at the Little Sahara Sand Dunes last month. This is the perfect time to post this because the amazing Belen just graduated with her degree in nursing! As someone who totally struggled in school (and never finished), I completely admire Belen doing the work to graduate! I know it took many sleepless nights and lots of hard work Belen, Great work! Congratulations… You da BOMB!
Last Friday evening was the start of the annual Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk, an exciting gallery crawl that takes place in Downtown Laramie, Wyoming.
The Art Walk was put on by the Wyoming Art Party and Laramie Main Street Alliance. Local artists set up displays in various stores, restaurants, offices, and storefronts. Each display was marked with a giant red balloon, from Poppy’s and local musicians and performing artists performed throughout the evening….
I lovedlovedloved getting to hang out with my siblings, their spouses, and the furry kids over Memorial day weekend. There isn’t much better than smoreo’s (smore’s made with oreo’s..drool) and laughing around the campfire.
We met in Steamboat Springs, Colorado and went on the hunt for a campsite. After finding that most of the National Park roads were still closed for the winter season we ended up setting up camp at Steamboat Lake State park. The tent sites are on an island, and provide spectacular views of the sunset and sunrise over this gorgeous lake.