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Abby happens to be my good friend’s daughter (Captain Lori-famous volleyball coach), she graduated from the last class of Bishop O’Hara High School. I have some fond memories when I was small and my dad coached there of playing in the gym and lockers and going to the school carnival. Its sad that its closing–I think we throw things away entirely too easily. But I’m a slight hoarder so…..

I look at my portfolio and I just love natural, real images. These I think reflect her natural beauty and just draw you in. Be a hoarder with your memories, they don’t cost money but define you as a person. I know not all memories are good ones, but they make us stronger and smarter. Goodbye Archbishop O’Hara think of the memories that crossed those halls. And good luck Abby, think of the memories you have to make–go MU! (Ok, I’m only saying that for you–Rock Chalk).

With that I’m offering seniors of 2018 a $50 off sitting if booked before school starts. Come get some natural memories 😉


Congratulations Randy and Molly! It’s going to be a great wedding day. Molly may look familiar, she is Katie’s sister and one of the Fuchs girls. It’s fun to see how sister’s plan different weddings. Regardless of venue and colors, they know how to have a good time and that’s the important thing. Engaged at the Nelson, it was only fitting to start there.

There is nothing more photogenic then being young and in love. Even if you don’t have me do engagement photos, have someone do some. There is no pressure, no one really watching, just you two at the start with the world or in this case The Nelson at your feet.


Do you ever look up and a month has passed? Or two weeks have gone by and you don’t know what happened? I know that tasks have been accomplished and I’ve gotten my kids here and there but the real lazy relishing days of Summer have not began. I haven’t registered memories this last month….I feel like time is slipping by. This is the way it is. I don’t want this to feel sad or overly sappy, but you will never regret getting your pictures done–engagements, babies, seniors, weddings, families, because its a hot summer day–it all matters, it all goes too fast.

Having said that this was a post that I was going to do on Mother’s Day and here we are after Father’s day. Her Uncle is the last post with his senior photos and now Baby Payton is a couple months old. Let’s start at the beginning:

to be continued…..