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How adorable is this family session at the Seattle Arboretum!? I love getting to see the same families over and over. It’s been a few years since I’ve photographed the Wyrick’s. They added a new family member, wait until you see his squishy cheeks and baby blue eyes. So cute! I don’t photograph as many […]

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Rattlesnake Lake Senior Session Thinking outside the box, want a location that is unique for your Senior session? My adventure sessions are the perfect answer for you. Rattlesnake Lake is the most gorgeous setting for your Senior photos. It’s the perfect amount of nature without having to travel too far. Plus the lake offers some […]

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Discovery Park Wild Flower Senior Session: Meg was my first 2018 Senior I photographed last Summer. To think I only have 2 more Class of 2018 girls left is bittersweet. I’ve been so blown away by all of the amazing girls I’ve been lucky enough to meet and photograph. 2018 was a year of incredible […]

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As promised another family session! To say I love photographing this bunch is a huge understatement. This was my fourth session with them, growing with a family as a photographer is incredible. I really value the relationship I get to build and the trust that is created, especially between the kids and I. The first […]

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Annika’s cherry blossom Senior session was so gorgeous. One of my favorite times of the year is when the cherry blossoms are in bloom. Annika and I had chatted about the feel we wanted during her session, soft, feminine and romantic. Her backless pink dress complimented the cherry blossoms and our vision perfectly. The Arboretum […]

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Have you ever wondered what a family session with me looks like? Well, I have decided to start sharing more family sessions so you can see. I only have one rule at my sessions, that we have fun. As you scroll through this gallery I think the theme of “Fun” is pretty apparent. I never […]

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