Monthly Archives: October 2013

Winter Family 2013 | Southern Oregon Professional Family Photographer

I am so IN LOVE with this session! This is a friend I go way way back with to grammar school days, and it was so awesome getting to catch up and meet her wonderful family. I have good memories of playing basketball with her, phone calls whining about our annoying siblings, AND….the fact that […]

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A boy and his Momma | Medford Oregon Professional Portrait Photographer

I got to meet this wonderful Momma and her handsome son recently, and their close sweet relationship just melted me. You can tell this little guy is a thinker, and an analyzer…..but I was so thrilled that he completely loosened up and gave me the best smiles! He is truly sweet as pie. It was […]

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Reusze Family | Southern Oregon Professional Family Portrait Photographer

This is one of my favorite, favorite¬†families!!! I’ve been able to walk this joyful, wild journey with them as their babies have come into the world, and grown. I feel so honored to be documenting this amazing season of life for them. These beautiful kids have such a special place in my heart, and always […]

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Awaiting baby #2 | Southern Oregon Professional Maternity Photographer Portrait Studio

I absolutely LOVE when my expecting Mommas give me free reign on their maternity sessions. T was really wanting both outdoor and studio (sexier) maternity images, and we had a blast doing it all. She is one of the lucky ones, who truly make pregnancy look sexy. I think our visions of what pregnancy is, […]

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Russell Family Maternity, round two! | Southern Oregon professional maternity portrait photographer

I’m so excited to share this preview. I absolutely love these clients, and we go back a ways. I photographed their first maternity session when their sweet little Liam was on his way, and then documented their family and Liam growing throughout his first year. Now here we are, photographing the second maternity session as […]

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