It seems so fitting that my first session of the year would be a pregnancy announcement. As a new mom, it was amazing for me to get to capture the joy, love, and anticipation of an expectant couple. Stephanie and I grew up down the street from each other, so I was absolutely thrilled and … More Stephanie + Craig//Pregnant!
I have never met someone who is more of an animal person than my younger sister. My earliest memories of our childhood together involve some form of playing vet, Lion King, and other various pretend animal games. This Christmas, I had the opportunity to take photos of her, her amazing husband Steve and their adorable … More A Very Merry Pup-mas with Sarah+Steve
Summer has come and gone and school is in full swing. Spending a Nebraska summer six months pregnant took more out of me than I thought humanly possible. Cooking a human when you’re cooking in the heat is exhausting. Breathing made me sweat. Talking made me sweat. Existing made me sweat. It was awful. Now … More The Baby Cometh: A Photographer & Mom-To-Be Worries
Late Winter/early Spring is always a stressful time for me. Report cards, Parent-Teacher conferences, other misc. work stuff, it all just gets to be so overwhelming this time of year. With that being said, I’ve slacked a bit on Side-Hustle Saturday. February’s just didn’t happen. Ugh. To propel myself into March’s Side-Hustle Saturday, I not … More Side-Hustle Saturday Pt. 2-Let’s Get Uncomfortable
At the start of the new year, my husband and I set out to be more intentional about the way we spent our time. We both talked about how we want to focus more on what we want and what brings us happiness, and to try less to please other people at the cost of … More My First Side-Hustle Saturday
I’ve been cooped up in the house for the day since the promised snow storm finally hit Omaha. School was cancelled, so I’ve had the day at home to fiddle around with my camera. I decided to take some self-portraits, and found it quite challenging for several reasons. I’m still working on the technical aspects … More Love Thyself
Ever since I can remember, I’ve had anxiety. I can recall a particular incident at the age of fourteen. I thought I had missed a musical performance. Hives spread across my shoulders and I couldn’t seem to stop trembling and weeping. It felt like an invisible beast had plunged its claws into my chest and … More Finding Calm Behind the Lens