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The Hicks.

Three teenage boys showed up bright and early on a sunday mornin’, held hands and humored me for 90minutes. What dolls! I feel like the day my boys are all taller than me are going to be here before I know it. UGH. Look how sweet you guysView full post »

Lauren.

I’m glad the flowers around weren’t completely ruined by all the dang cold we’ve had this spring! The butterfly exhibit has some fun yarn bombing happening outside the Krohn! This gorgeous natural!! Love this! Holy stunning,View full post »

Stacie.

Our college pal and later bride, is making a big move to NYC! She started a RedHead beauty blog awhile back and was in seek of new headshots for that and for future needs! We hung out at a local park for an hour catching up and having fun. NoView full post »

Emme.

All 3 Olinger gals have debuted on the Loft3 blog now. <3 I met Emme as a tween and now she’s staring college in the face! The sun was being dramatic and creating this moody light in the field. <3 So pretty, Em! I can hear yourView full post »

Ashtyn.

I started out at the Heierts for a couple yearly family pics! Seeing this family laugh together, never gets old. ::heart eyes:: I don’t think they could be anymore beautiful!! Ashtyn and I headed to town because now she’s aView full post »

Bella.

Bella and I had fun wandering the city streets looking for places she could enhance with her beauty. So pretty! I always feel a little bad when I have people lean against crusty walls, but that texture is why we shoot downtown! The second halfView full post »

Connor.

I don’t get to shoot boy seniors very often but lucky for Connor, I shot his sister a couple years ago so I think his Mom didn’t really give him a choice. :-0 He was so “ok, whatever” the whole time that he cracked me up.View full post »

Katherine.

I just had to break off from Katherine’s family blog and do a post of her “senior” pictures separately. She and the sunlight made my camera and I giddy. She’s actually starting her freshman year in Biology at UCLA thisView full post »