2018 Fall Mini Sessions

2018 Fall Mini Sessions

In celebration of my favorite season ever, I’m offering Fall Mini Sessions this year! Fall Minis are a perfect way to grab those professional photos you’ve always wanted, but for a fraction of the price. Fall Mini sessions will be offered in Louisville, KY and Frankfort, IL. Whether it’s updated family photos, photos of you and your significant other, or maybe some photos of you and your pets, now’s the perfect time to snag a spot!

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Photographers I'm Inspired By

Photographers I'm Inspired By

Throughout the years of growing in my photography, I have found some amazing fellow photographers along the way that inspire me. These fantastic women unknowingly empower me to pursue this photography dream, show me how to be an entrepreneur, and continually inspire me to get better. This is my little thank you note to them and countless others out there who have made an impact on my life.

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Why I Moved Back to Illinois

Why I Moved Back to Illinois

About 5 years ago, while I was doing homework for a class at Millikin University, I got a call that I was officially offered a full-time job as a graphic designer starting a few weeks after I graduated in Louisville, KY. I had worked so hard during this semester to really focus on preparing myself to get a job that was in my field and that would get me out of Illinois. I applied to a minimum of 2 jobs a day (I’m not even exaggerating) starting January 1st of my last semester in college. Ideally I wanted to get out West towards Colorado, but I was open to anywhere BUT Illinois.

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Project 52 - Week 33 | Leading Lines

Project 52 - Week 33 | Leading Lines

In college, I had to learn about all the basics of art and composition. I rolled my eyes especially at composition because sometimes it is just unintentional. Surely artists don’t think that hard about the rule of thirds or Leading Lines, but the more I studied it, the more I wanted to have those elements prosper in my stuff. So, this week’s prompt for the Project 52 challenge was a perfect time for shooting intentionally.

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