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Hello again, Internets

April 29, 2021 · Families, Film, Lifestyle, Pets

Yo. It’s been a quick minute since I’ve posted a blog post. Finally, in the frenzy of running out of memory on my drive,  I stumbled upon a well-intentioned folder: “For the Blog”.  So here we are, bringing some light to this crazy backlog of sessions.

It’s also a great time to let you know of a very special thing I’m doing this year: For the month of May, all session fees will be pay-what-you-can I have another blog post in the queue explaining the whys and hows of how this will work. If your interest is already piqued though, email me ASAP (SESSIONS ARE LIMITED).

I will now leave you with this super gorgeous family with their super gorgeous horse, Winnie.

pssst….Winnie is a therapeutic fertility horse working with her human companion, Sarah. They have created a lovely program dedicated to healing, femininity, and fertility.

 

As we will one day not be at all

March 7, 2020 · Film, Portraits

We are not idealized wild things.
We are imperfect mortal beings, aware of that mortality even as we push it away, failed by our very complication, so wired that when we mourn our losses we also mourn, for better or for worse, ourselves. As we were. As we are no longer. As we will one day not be at all.

— Joan Didion

 

Try To Be There

November 18, 2019 · Families, Film, Kids

The answer must be, I think, that beauty and grace are performed whether or not we will sense them. The least we can do is try to be there.

— Annie Dillard

In silence and attention

July 9, 2019 · Families, Film, Kids

“Its the simple things in your life that make up the bulk of it. The mundane is where we live and we end up missing most of it. We find it again in the silence and in attention of everyday life.”

— Eric Overby

 

Sacred Depths of the Soul

September 29, 2018 · Film, Portraits

True beauty is a ray that springs from the sacred depths of the soul, and illuminates the body, just as life springs from the kernel of a stone and gives color and scent to a flower.

— Rumi

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