Posts in Travel
Sarah & Randall's Elopement in Glacier National Park

This past spring, Sarah reached out to me about shooting her elopement. She found me through Pinterest (bless you, Pinterest) and though they were originally planning on eloping in Yosemite, they ultimately landed on Glacier National Park. Their passions including hiking and exploring, so it was only fitting that they get married in a national park. We started off their day at Whitefish Mountain Resort where they were getting ready and then began our travels into the park (making a pit stop to eat some local pizza, of course)! After traveling through the park, we finally arrived at their ceremony spot. It was nothing short of breathtaking and just perfect for the two of them – I'm so honored to have been able to witness and photograph it. Congrats you two!

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Susanna's Portrait Session on Overlook Mountain in Denver, Colorado

Last fall, my good friend Emma of EmmaLeigh Photography asked me to tag along with her to Denver! Flights were cheap and we're both adventurous souls so I jumped on it. I wasn't expecting much, just a nice weekend away exploring (and eating) my way through Denver. Just a couple weeks before our trip, Susanna, a bridesmaid at a wedding I had a few years ago, reached out to me to see if I'd be in Denver anytime soon so she could set up a shoot! It was the craziest coincidence and I'm so happy she contacted me when she did.

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Personal Travels | Germany, Austria, and Switzerland

'm so thankful to have a job where I have the flexibility to take time off and explore what the world has to offer. It's a great opportunity to gather inspiration from new places and come home refreshed. Scroll through for some of my favorite snapshots and maybe gather some inspiration for your next trip!

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2016 Portrait Year in Review

Originally, I was planning on having one 2016 Year in Review post, but after going through all my images from this year I realized this was a job that required *at least* two blog posts. So here are some of my favorites - from editorials, to families, to personal work. Seeing them all in one place makes me so very thankful to have worked with each and every person, and it inspires me to stay creative. Keep an eye out for the Wedding Year in Review coming out later this week!

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NOLA

In the midst of summer, we decided it would be a great idea to head down south to New Orleans! We sweat our butts off, explored as much as we could, and ate our hearts out. We stayed at the Q&C Hotel which was amazing; it's a modern, edgy hotel that really plays up NoLa's witchy vibe. It's also within walking distance of the French Quarter and some great food spots. 

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