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all countries of origin, all gender identities,
all sexual orientations, all abilities, all people.
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All sessions and minis are sold out for the year, save for 3 appointments mid-December. Book one online here. The waitlist has reached 20 families, so I’m closing that as well. Thank you everyone for your support! Fall is my peak season, and appointments are usually gone by the end of August.
If you’d like a reminder to book early next year, make sure to sign up for my newsletter. Minis and Fall sign-ups are announced there first.
Expecting in early 2020? Newborn appointments are now available through March. Use my online scheduler to make your at-home or studio appointment. I suggest booking 1 to 2 weeks after your due date. Email me to set up a hospital newborn session (fresh 48).
Studio baby milestone minis are also available in January and February! Quick 20 minute sessions to document those sweet firsts. Baby minis are offered once a month. We’ll be back outside in March! No newborns please.
Think of your favorite photo. My guess is it wasn’t taken by saying cheese or posing awkwardly for the camera. So why should a photographer ask you to do either? A good photographer doesn’t force a shot, or direct their subject into painful poses. A good photographer sets their subject at ease, evokes a feeling, or prompts a candid moment and shoots the result. I design and direct my sessions around this concept. Fun, connected sessions produce fun, connected photos. Simple as that.
While attending college at UW 18 years ago, I apprenticed under a fantastic Seattle film photographer, shooting weddings and learning the ins and outs of photography. Committed to my “plan”, however, I got my masters in business and spent a decade in sales and marketing, keeping photography a side hustle on weekends. After my son was born in 2012, I could no longer ignore my calling. I quit my director role at a sustainability startup and became a full-time photographer. Photography never ceases to challenge or excite me. I love this work, love growing my art, and will undoubtedly still have a camera in my hand when I’m 90.