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This Image.  This Family.  This Session.  The Wheeler Family had an absolutely beautiful day for their 2018 fall session, cool temperatures, amazing golden light, and an adorable little girl!  There isn’t one image from their session that I’m not in love with, picking a favorite is nearly impossible and their session is one of my favorites from this year!
Last week I received a notification that an image from their session was going to be published in Shutter Scene Magazine!  I was speechless, excited, and in awe!  Publication, something photographers dream of, something I have been dreaming of since the first time I picked up my camera so many years ago.  It still feels surreal!

To check out the magazine in it’s entirety head here!

2018 has been an amazing year, from newborns, milestones, families, weddings, pups, and more, things are winding down as we near the Holidays and ready ourselves for the New Year!  Graphics projects are still keeping me busy and it’s been so much fun to create Holiday cards for clients with images from their sessions!  Logo Designs are underway and many more projects are on the books!

A huge thank you to everyone whom has helped me to get to this point, for supporting my leap into the graphic design and photography business to the wonderful and amazing clients I have had the chance to work with!  You have all made this business what it is, an amazing journey that I wouldn’t want to share with anyone else!  Thank You!

 

 

2019 has brought a chilly start to our new year with subzero temperatures, snow, and winds!  However, some great sessions and lots of graphic design projects have kept me warm indoors!  I happened to be going through some sessions from a few years ago and came across an image that I have always loved from Brian & Melissa’s wedding during their bridal portraits.  Their ceremony was moved indoors due to rain and our portrait locations were changed a little, but we headed down the road to a local farm and were able to capture some beautiful moments, including this one!

A few weeks ago Shutter Scene Magazine notified me that this image from Brian & Melissa’s wedding had been chosen for submission in their wedding issue!  While still feeling excitement about the image from the Wheeler session being published in December, I never expected to have another image published!

Since this image was taken, Brian & Melissa have added a beautiful little girl to their family and I was honored to capture her newborn session.  I love getting to know couples and watching their families grow through capturing those important milestones!  Thank you all again for your continued support and helping to make 2019 amazing!  I can’t wait to capture more amazing people this year!

Spring in Ohio this year has consisted of all four seasons in almost every day!  We have snow in the morning, followed by spring, then summer afternoons, with fall in the evenings.  However, amidst the confusing temperatures, spring foliage is poking through the ground and the buds are appearing on the trees!  With spring sessions in full swing and the warmer weather calling us outside, we are all looking forward to warm summer nights with park visits and ice cream from our local ice cream shop!

Senior sessions have always been one of my favorite sessions!  Each senior has something special that they want to include, a special location, amazing outfits, and the excitement that they are in their last year of high school and will be moving on to bigger and better things!  2016 Archbold High School graduate Bekah’s session was no exception!  We had beautiful golden light, great fall weather, stunning colors, and lots of amazing locations in and around our small town.  Thank you Bekah for the opportunity to capture such a special moment in your life!  This image is just one of my many favorites from her session!

I happened to see that Shutter Scene Magazine was doing a special 30 image edition senior issue and I thought I’d share this image with fellow photographers and see what happened!  The senior entries were stunning, the colors were bold and striking, and it was worth the submission just to receive notifications that another senior image had been posted and to see the work of so many talented photographers.  Hundreds of images from across the country were submitted and out of the blue I received a notification that Bekah’s image had been chosen to be one of the 30 images featured in this special edition publication!  Since her 2016 high school graduation, Bekah has been studying at The Ohio State University(Go Bucks!) and will be wrapping up in 2020!  Best of luck in your final year at OSU!!!