Friday, November 16, 2012

Laura & Andrew - Engagement

 I couldn't tell you how we met, but for large chunks of high school Laura and I were basically inseperable, so much so that she has been adopted into my crazy family. After high school she stayed part of the family but we have about 800 miles between us most of the time so you can imagine how excited I was to be able to spend some time with my dear friend and her fiance.

He seems to bring out the best in her, and he certainly brings out the smiles. I can't wait for their wedding this March!

Thursday, October 4, 2012

1 year

One of my favorite things about being a photographer is getting to peek into the special moments in other people's life ... like this little lady turning one. What a sweet girl and a fun family - if I am not a bum, I will let you see more soon (if I am a bum I will give the images to her family and get distracted with some of the editing backlog I have neglected and I sense the interwebs will survive '-P)

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

love smush

I have a confession. Although I love love love taking photos, and I enjoy editing them, but I hate winnowing through all of the images I shoot to select the good enough ones (I tend to overshoot). It has taken what feels like centuries to get the images from the Bremner-Hay wedding down to a manageable pile, but now that I am getting to play around a little while watching a little bit of Star Trek in the back ground things are fun. Those housework is suffering but it is fun.

I have hopes to post a nice overview; but for now it will just be dribbles.  Hope you enjoy them. 

Sunday, September 2, 2012

magic ascending

I have officially decided that releasing lanterns is my new favorite way to end a wedding.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Camp Loy White turned 50

A couple weeks ago (ok closer to a month) the camp my father is the director of celebrated its 50th anniversary and he invited me to come docutment the day long affair - I think mostly so he could know how it went, since he still had to run around and didn't get to just chill and enjoy it.

Ed Kilborn gave the morning message after getting everyone to sing and sign together.

People eat together, then played together; generally enjoying the grounds.

Anyone who had a connection to the camp, like former directors, and the boy scouts were in attendance.

Then the day wound down as a local pastor led communion.

Here's to the next 50 years!

Wednesday, July 4, 2012


In spite of my previous post, I had the best of intentions with regards to posting while vacationing. Those intentions were insufficient to lure me to a computer, the closest I came was occasionally checking into twitter or facebook from my ipod - it was a delightful break.

Since we have been back for a few days, it seemed time to finally face the keyboard and share some photos with the wide world of interwebs ... here is a peek into my editing cue...

Boyscout tools on display at the 50th Anniversary of Camp Loy White
Local honey from the Voigt Apiaries
Seedlings from a tiny farm
Andrew&Laura's Engagement
And of course the hours project is done being shoot, but I still have several days to share ... but until then
 Happy Independence Day!

Friday, June 22, 2012

Vacation time...

Tonight instead of posting photos I am packing for a lovely little jaunt to Florida with my husband's family. I may or may not be posting for the next week, vacations are fun like that.... So I guess I will see you when I see you, hopefully with things worth seeing.