Thursday, October 31, 2013


Macie and I had a very interesting shoot! We went to our first location, a field, and it was too foggy to photograph there.  So we then drove to our second location, which was kinda under construction. Ha! But we got in, and shot anyway. We then returned to the first spot in the field, which was still foggy, but it worked! Thanks Macie for running all over for the shoot!

Monday, October 28, 2013


We took these portraits of Andrew at Shohola Falls and in Milford. Both are places I've never shot in before. I'm so glad we did our shoot there. Andrew is a super funny, smart guy. I'm glad to have met him and his wonderful mom. Enjoy!

Your Weekly Green ~ Wrapping it up

The holiday season is just around the corner and many people have already begun shopping for gifts. This season, why not try a 'green' alternative to all of the paper wrap that's out there! Although wrapping paper can be gorgeous it also leads to so much unnecessary waste. Why not try wrapping the gifts and goodies you purchase in fabric?

You can use remnants that you may have around the house or you can purchase inexpensive fabric. There are even decorated/embellished fabrics that are perfect for the season or occasion.  Most types of yarn or ribbon can be used to tie your package.

Not only would your pals and family love your gift, they'll appreciate the effort of your handmade packaging!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


How sweet is this baby girl? Mylah is adorable and I have become great friends with her wonderful family. I am in love with the images of her and her cousins! Enjoy!


These images of Logan and his brother were taken in Mast Hope along the Delaware River. I loved the setting and liked that the guys brought their fishing poles! Enjoy the images!

Monday, October 21, 2013

Your Weekly Green ~ Keeping the Chill Out...

There are some really easy ways to keep warm, save on heating your home and be 'green' now that chilly days and nights are here... Start out simple and use a draft snake, which you can purchase or easily make yourself- Just place a rolled bath towel under a drafty door, keep cold air from creeping in and warm air from creeping out.

You can even run your ceiling fan in reverse (most models have this feature) which will help the warmer air that pools near the ceiling circulate back down into the living space. These tips alone can help reduce your heating costs 10%-15%!

Wait, it gets even easier - put on a sweater! Each degree on the thermostat literally costs you money, so get cozy, safe money and our valuable energy resources this winter!

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Vintage Holiday Mini Sessions are back!

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We took Shannon's beautiful portraits at her grandparents property right in Honesdale. It was such a gorgeous location. And I just love Shannon and her family. Enjoy her images!

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The Thieles

I have had the pleasure of photographing this family for almost 3 years now. They have become great friends of mine. I love watching their children grow. This was Jovey's one year shoot. This sweet little girl completely melts my heart. Enjoy the images!

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Your Weekly Green is Back!

So happy to get back to sharing tips on how we can all lend a hand in taking care of the environment. 

Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year, with it's vibrant colors and crisp, cool temps. One way we can better handle the bounty of falling leaves is to consider starting a compost pile or bin in your backyard. You do not need to have a big yard or garden to compost. This will help clean up your yard and it will help enrich the soil so it will not need so many fertilizers or pesticides for your grass and garden come the warmer months!

You can learn more about composting by clicking here

Friday, October 11, 2013


Julia is such a sweet, amazing girl. I love her cowboy boots in the field, and the shot of her on the white bridge. The picture of her and her cat Summer is another one of my favorites, although it was not easy to get. Ha! I had such a great morning with Julia and her mom. Enjoy!