Gabrielle & Frank — we played in the snow and twirled dresses and laughed and froze and I’d do this a thousand times again.
Oh, this year. 2017. The year that challenged me and overwhelmed me and taught me so much about who I am and who I want to be—as an artist and as a wife (!) and as a regular human being. It’s where I learned what burnout means, only a little too late to … View full post »
I’m falling into a really nice groove lately. Enjoying more of my work and sharing less. Investing in the things I want to invest in. Spending more time with my people and in this place I live. We bought a house this summer and celebrated our one year anniversary, and holy moly, it’s been such … View full post »
When Shelly and Ryan came up from Texas to do an anniversary session with me, there was rain in the forecast and a major chill in the air, the McKenzie Pass (the road to our original location) closed the very day we drove up to shoot there—but they are the kinda people who roll with the punches … View full post »
The quiet of the Hudson River on this particular morning in May was something else. I sat in the backseat of a taxi at 5 a.m. watching first light appear over the stillness of the water, grateful the driver decided to drive along the river. New York City at dawn is a completely different world. It’s a … View full post »