New baby alert! Welcome grandson Henry Garrison!
For many Valentine’s day is a just a “Hallmark Holiday”. Centered around expensive gifts, stereotypes of what couples look like, and fantastical unreachable fairytale events. Worst of all it can feel isolating and degrading. Let’s look at an alternative.
We kicked out 2020 and jumped in to 2021 in style! Steve and I had the tiniest wedding possible on New Years Eve. Just the two of us and Bailey. Of course I had to somehow record the event with photos and videos. But how did I do it?
Ah the on-going debate among photographers. Do I think gear matters? What else matters? Why do you care? Maybe you are a professional pet photographer wanting a peek in my camera bag. Cool, all the answers are here.
We all need a break from the normal grind. January in Colorado serves up the perfect combination of outdoors and photography for me. I am proud of how I zigged in my content that day and think you will enjoy it too.
Epic Kate and I both felt burnt-out in December. So we hopped on zoom to chat about it. This vulnerable conversation covers how we deal with overwhelm and much more.
Have you seen those magical shiny glass dome frozen bubbles? Did you know you could EASILY make some yourself? All you need are the ideal weather conditions and a simple recipe.
For nearly 6 years I’ve photographed adoptable dogs and cats at Animal Friends Alliance every week with very few exceptions. Until 2020.
In January and February of 2020 I had major surgery and moved house which required me to take a few weeks off.
By early March we had moved and all the doctors gave the thumbs up to resume all my normal activities. Mid-March the pandemic hit the US full force and Colorado started shutting down.