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When I was little, I liked to draw pictures with words. When I grew up I discovered that I could put pictures with words and call it a career as a designer. Recently, I’ve fallen in love with being behind the lens and helping brides, grooms, couples and families form their own words when they see themselves in pictures.

I am inspired most by three little beauties that were given to me by my Creator, and I like to spend time with my high school sweetheart who gets to live his own dream, driving around our town in a big red fire truck.

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    The Gander + Dearth’s * Family

    It is a rarity that I get to do a family session alongside an engagement session, but when I photographed Nick + Rachael’s engagement session in the spring Rachael also asked if we could get in some family shots of both of their girls while we were at it. I loved the idea of the girls being in some of the shots, and getting some shots of them before their parents’ planned January nuptials. My hope is that they look back at these photos years from now and see the buds of their early beginnings together as a combined family.

    As mentioned in their engagement session, Rachael is super duper crafty and she made so many things for the shoot including headbands, skirts and the banner that says “My Honey Pie” in the orchard shots. We also color-schemed their outfits to match the wedding colors, and she showed up with them in coordinating yellow and grey. In couldn’t have turned out more lovely.

    I *heart* this family and can’t wait to be with them all on the wedding day.

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