Baby’s Breath

A few nights ago Scott and I went to bed with the desire to shoot a few portraits in our apartment the next morning. Although we are attached by the hip and live freelance lifestyles, finding the spontaneity to shoot (especially for me) hasn’t come so easily. I tend to overthink and often become overwhelmed … Continue Reading

California Fall with Sézane

A few days ago Scott and I went out on a little outing to shoot some photos and head over to the Pasadena farmers market. Along the way I spotted this beautiful bridge—though a little old and rough around the edges, it was photogenic and filled with gorgeous, rounded “clam shell triangle” designs (yes, I … Continue Reading

5 Things My Journey Through Mormonism Taught Me

For the past few years my spiritual world has gone through a deep chasm, shifting and widening, leaving my soul wandering, departing on a journey to find all that I can about what is good, and most of all, what is right. I found Mormonism in my mid-teens. Although I was hesitant to delve into … Continue Reading

Doen FW17: Behind the Scenes at Stinson Beach

Doen FW17 came out about a month ago and I’m finally sharing it with you! (Typically I’m able to gather photos and create these posts right away, but between work and family life, it took a little longer this time around.) I know I’ve written about this a few times now, but shooting with the … Continue Reading

New Digis!

YAY! New digis are here, shot by Mike Courtney, one of my agents at Vision. Thank you, Mike! Additionally, I’d like to give a shout out and thank you to my Vision family for always being there, along for the ride. I may feel my best today, both mentally and physically, but it’s taken a … Continue Reading

Our stay at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Phoenix Treasure ft. Geronimo

This summer Scott and I had a chance to visit and stay at the David and Gladys Wright House, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces in Phoenix, Arizona. The spiraled house was built by the one and only Frank Lloyd Wright, an American architect known for designing structures in harmony with humanity and its environment … Continue Reading