🙋🏻♀️ I’m over Winter ... and we’re currently in a Winter Weather Advisory 😞. I miss Summer... I miss the Sun! Winter blues is a real thing when you live a state with 5 months with temps that barely get above 20 degrees. I miss photographing couples and families at sunset. I feel like I’ve been sharing a lot of random photos lately... that’s bec it’s Winter and my off season. 🤷🏻♀️here’s a pretty photo from a July wedding that was published on Wisconsin Bride. #madisonphotographer#greenbayphotographer#doorcountyphotographer#milwaukeephotographer#wisconsinweddingphotographer
For ever in love with this smile. Really, I think he is the sweetest ever! Edgar had conferences tonight and won’t be home for another half hour and my goodness do I miss him. Spending time with this guy is my favorite thing to do and is something I never get sick of, so yeah, I can’t wait for him to get home ❤️❤️
Ooh those snuggles and Eskimo kisses. ♥️ If you’re looking for someone to capture your love story, holler at your girl 🙋🏻♀️ i’ll make you guys show off your sweet dancing skills, have you whisper something hysterical to each other, and most importantly, I’ll make sure we have fun and LAUGH. Like, a lot. Connect with me via link in bio, I’ll bring some vino!
It feels like we’re trudging through February at a glacial pace. Trying to hold it together and hold out for spring by drinking plenty of tea. I also try to make myself enjoy it like the dog does, or at least pretend. How are you getting by? 🐾🍵 #teatime#februaryblues
This past weekend, I returned to my old stomping grounds- Madison, Wisconsin. Too long ago, I graduated with a four year degree in fine arts from the University of Madison, Wisconsin in painting and photography. With my current career as a wedding photographer, I often hear people talk about how a college education is a waste of money and that it is no longer needed in my industry. There are some things I agree about with this statement, I don't think college is ever required, but overall, I by no means think getting a four year degree is a waste of money and am extremely happy with my college education and experience. Spending four years in college shaped me as a person and for those that are skeptical, I've elaborated on my blog, the link's in my profile.
Edgar and I are super fortunate to have nearly the same schedules during the school year and most of the summer off together. With a lot of flexibility in our summer months, we’ve been spending a lot of time trying to figure out where we would want to go this coming summer. But when Edgar’s sister Gillian moved out to New Hampshire last month, it was clear right away where we would be heading. Neither of us have really been out east, so we’re planning a road trip to not only visit our sister, but to explore the north eastern part of the US and a little bit of Canada. So, with that being said, any recommendations for our trip?!
We spent some time out at our land on Saturday... I swear it is good for my soul to go out there. It is calming to watch the wind make the tall grass dance. As soon as we get there, the kids scatter. They just wander and explore. No technology, just nature. I love watching them, as they run to me with a new treasure they found, or story to tell. There are pecan trees already planted, and it is our intention to add to them with rows of peaches, apples and plums. I will have my very own orchard. I can't even tell you how excited I am, not only for the fruit, but also for the images that will be created in the isles of blooms and color. ❤ In the mean time, I will take pictures of my kids dancing in the wind, letting this land weave it's way in to their history. We always seem to come home happy and tired. I can't think of a better way to be. 💛