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Thursday, January 30, 2014

2013 In Review | and a BIG {thank you}

To all of my clients - thank you.

Thank you for giving me the chance to do what I truly love,
and for allowing me to capture your monumental moments.

This year I had the honor to photograph true love in so many forms, first steps, proud new parents, birthday milestones, and true happiness. Some photo shoots were big and wild when we went on boat rides, adventured through several cities, and went on hikes through the woods. Many shoots were just as big and wild in a different way - quietly photographing the little ones and attempting to stop time as they grow too quickly.

I photographed weddings when the dancing was pure energy and even grandma was gettin' down. 
As well as the quiet family affairs when the bride and groom just couldn't stop smiling and it was clear the amount of love they had surrounding them.

Capturing your moments brings me such joy and satisfaction. 

2013 was incredible year for me both personally and professionally. 
I intentionally took less photo work because I purchased my first home at the end of 2012.  
12/12/12 to be exact - which I thought was kinda cool. 
The house has come a long way! I have destroyed old floors and walls, put in new ones, remodeled a bathroom, and painted nearly wall in the house. I am looking forward to being behind the lens more this year! Some of my favorite moments from 2013 are below.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for having me there to share them with you!

By the way, I will be starting a a pretty awesome referral program this year. 
Woo hoo! Details coming soon.

I wrote a lot on this post. Something that is not the norm for me. 
I do not consider myself a writer. Never have, never will. 
I'm good at making photos and I know my strengths! 
But the connection I feel with my clients is something I feel strongly about and am thankful for.

Here's to an awesome 2014 -- which is surprisingly already well under way!

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