• I'm currently living in Omaha, Nebraska and no longer booking sessions in Albuquerque.
    However, I do love any excuse to travel. If you'd like to know where I am and if I'm up for making a trip to your neck of the woods,
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Category Archives: Be Inspired

Paint Splatter Fun {Omaha Child Photographer}

Paint sessions are such a welcome change up from regular sessions. Any shoot where a parent actively encourages their child to get messy, have fun and get lost in play is supreme in my book. This adorable little man was so lost in his art I don’t think he noticed we were there. Evening sessions […]

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Cake, Paint and Cuddle

I photographed this little man while still in his Mama’s belly, so you can just imagine how bittersweet it was for me to photograph him in celebration of his first birthday <insert sigh>. I’m so thankful to have been a witness to the journey he and his parents have enjoyed this past year. It’s my […]

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First Look

At first glace this may appear to be a wedding photo shoot. Well…um…nope…not exactly. It’s a few years (4 kids!) post wedding. The story goes like this….this Momma’s four boys saw a picture of her in a wedding dress with their Dad and wondered…why in the world is Mom wearing that white costume. Then, they […]

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Shoes for Every Occasion – Clovis, NM High School Senior {2010}

Shoes. Shoes…..and more shoes! I was in awe. I mean really…..out came a new, brightly colored pair of shoes with every outfit change. I seriously could have photographed just her shoes all day long. See, I wasn’t kidding. Shoes to match her rims!! I can’t say it enough…I love it when Seniors bring along a […]

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Just a few…

favorites from 2009. As I looked through all my photo sessions from 2009 I was a bit overwhelmed. I have hundreds of favorites (some of which are already in my header), but just wanted to highlight a few that will forever be ingrained in my memory.  Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU to all my […]

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