Sean. Senior Class, 2020.

He was quiet and subdued and kind and funny. There was a gentleness about him, but also a strength that I couldn’t help but notice–confidence in who he is and where he is headed. A heart for education and language and a desire to one day teach young kids. What a gift he will be...

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The “S” Family

I never would have imagined, many years ago, when I sat down in a chair to have my hair cut that the person cutting my hair would become among my favorite people. I also never would have imagined that I would grow to love her family as much as I do. It’s funny, isn’t it?...

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Nate. Senior Class, 2020.

There was a time, when I first dipped my toe into photography, when I said senior portraits are not my thing.  I’m grateful that I didn’t say it too loud–or with too much conviction. Turns out, I love photographing seniors. Not (only) for the picture taking, though. There is so much more.  How wonderful it...

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Xavier & Joellen Are Engaged

I’ve been told, as most of us have, you shouldn’t just a book by it’s cover. I wonder, however, if the same is true advice could be said of an email?  My first introduction to Joellen was through an email. And, as strange as it sounds, I knew immediately that I would love her. Her initial email...

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