Quarantine Archival Sale!


I wanted to jump on to give everyone an update on what is going on over here.

The last time you heard from me I had launched some porch portrait sessions for a fun activity during quarantine.

The day those were supposed to start, the state’s stay-at-home order was put into place and we weren’t able to follow through with those.

I was pretty bummed but I also believe we have a social responsibility to do our part to help keep everyone safe.

In other updates, in early March I signed a new lease on a bigger studio space. With all of the stuff going on in the community, I’m still waiting to finish getting everything in order. I was able to finish painting right before the order and now I just need to clean and organize. I’m super excited to hold some fun studio shoots once this is all over.

Otherwise, we are doing just fine over here. I’m enjoying an extended maternity leave, as well as catching up on some necessary yard work. I miss all of you! I can’t wait to get out there and shoot again.

The governor extended the stay-at-home order through April 30th. As of right now, my plan is to push into mid-May before I am starting to reschedule clients whose sessions got postponed. I really want to assess how the community responds to everyone returning to the workforce. My top priority is keeping my little guy safe. Feel free to email me with any questions about any upcoming sessions you have scheduled.

Now for the fun stuff!


I’m digging out ALL galleries. As far back as I can dig, and putting them on sale.

My print labs are currently closed down, but that doesn’t mean I can’t put digital images on sale!

Save 50% on all digital images!

Galleries will be active through April 30th.

Discount code will be sent with gallery activation. Please allow 24hrs to receive your gallery once a request has been made.

*Because technology isn’t always perfect, there is a small chance I may not have access to your gallery. I have a good system with the archival process, but some sessions occasionally fall through the cracks. I will do my best to recover as many sessions as I can.

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