Celebrating Eddie
Tuesday, February 07, 2017
Celebrating Eddie

I have been photographing more and more senior dogs over the past few years and with them comes the inevitable. My heart breaks each time I hear of their passing and honestly makes me a bit wary when I get in touch after the session, terrified of sad news. With the heartbreak, I feel some comfort in knowing I was able to capture them in time, which is not always the case. I adore meeting and working with these aged souls and delight in seeing how loved they are. As one client recently wrote: no matter how long they live, it's never long enough. So true.Earlier this year I received a beautiful email from a past client that brought me to tears. I was so touched by her words that I felt I ...

A New Look
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Celebrating Eddie

Okay, so I've been waiting to do my 2nd blog post until I have all the goods to announce my new logo, complete with a new website and printed materials. It's been said that you need to be consistent with blogs, and I could've written one in the meantime but it's time consuming being a mom, photographer, and part-time retouch artist and assistant. Every day is different, but most days go something like this:Wake up and get readyWake the baby and get her readyFeed the babyStart a taskFeed myselfPlay with the babyStart a second taskChange the babyGo back to the first taskTend to the babyTake Emma for a walk with the babyFeed baby a snackRead to the babyGet baby to take a napWork furiously on ...

A heart dog named Chino
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Celebrating Eddie

So this is my first blog post and I honestly had no idea where to start.  Really, who even cares what I have to say about anything??  I am a total introvert and tend to avoid bringing attention to myself, so this is really out of the box for me.  Please be kind...I've been thinking about what I should write and the one thing that has been on my mind more than anything lately is Chino.Chino was our soulmate in dog form, our heart dog, and we chose to let him go on January 31st.  It was the most difficult decision of our lives and we still think of him every day, sometimes many times a day.  He was essentially our first child and was a huge part of our lives.He was ...