Category Archives: Families

Superheroes in Real Life » A Costa Mesa Studio Pop-Up

I’ve learned that there is such a thing as a “tribe” in this journey called parenthood.  I recently experienced the power and strength of this tribe when we lost a little boy, named Carter, to cancer.  They came out in droves, pulled every string and made things happen.  It was truly humbling to be a…

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SDVoyager » ‘Flashes & Strokes: a Tale of Two Mediums’

“The digital and traditional arts are thriving in San Diego. From newer, technology based media like photography and digital art to more traditional art, there is so much to see, explore and learn from in Southern California. Through our Flashes and Strokes series, we’d like to celebrate artists from both worlds: traditional and digital.” Excited…

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Desert DeLight » A Palm Springs Family Portrait

13 years ago, I fell head over heels in love with the California desert landscape.  Coming from back East, I had never experienced anything like it.  The neutral light, the vastness of the land and the quiet of the desert drew me in and I have been sucked in ever since.  I have been lucky…

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A True Superhero #carterstrongforever

I didn’t know it back then, but a few years ago, I met a boy that would make an impact in my life. Carter and his family taught me about the power of kindness, love and what it truly meant to be brave. Carter was first diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on October 2, 2015…

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Heidi + Pat » A Huntington Beach Family Portrait

The first time I captured this family on camera was about 10 years ago, ankle deep in snow in Utah.  Back then, the oldest was 8 years old, and the youngest was crying because he didn’t wear socks in his snow boots. It took about a full hour to get a family photo. I have…

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