Christmas sessions 2014


I apologize for the picture overload, but I wanted to share a few of my favorites from my Christmas sessions this year. I was so blessed this year with 22 family mini-sessions! I loved seeing familiar faces, and I loved meeting all the new people. Since I don’t like to do my mini-session all in one day and at once place (because only one or two families get the good light and every picture ends up looking the same) –  I traveled up the mountain a few times, visited a few homes, walked around downtown Phoenix, explored the botanical gardens, included the family pets, and got lost a couple times. It was a joy for me and I was honored that these families trusted me to take their pictures. Here are just a few (or more) of my favorites.

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Christmas 2014

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Indonesia. I feel blessed to have visited such a place, and enriched by the new friends that I made. The 8 days we had in South Sumatra seemed to fly by really fast, but the people we met will stay with me forever. While we were there we visited a few schools, a clinic, a couple of villages, many homes, the ocean, a sad zoo, and walked a few alley ways. Almost everyone we encountered had a smile to give. And they loved having their picture taken. I miss it already, but maybe one day I will make the visit again. Here is a collection of my favorite images from the trip.


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Arizona siblings.

Last weekend I reunited with a friend (whom I traveled to Ireland with) to photograph her fun family. Four energetic and fun kids – all eight and under! I love photographing kids because they naturally do their own thing. I don’t really have to pose them too much, I just have to be quick with my camera. And I love that their own personality will shine through. These kids did not disappoint. Here are some pictures from our time together.


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July 2014

A few pictures I’ve taken in July. Some at my church, CCV, some of our friends and our crazy dog. But mostly of my kids, because every day they do something that I want to capture and remember forever.

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