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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mr. & Mrs. Bryce!

Holy blue eyes. It seems as though Luke spent his afternoon dressing everyone else. 🙂 Such a sweet first look! Man, you two are supa sexy. Classic and beautiful. We had plenty of time to do portraits. Love not having to rush. They were warm,View full post »

The Adairs.

It was 90′. Oliver is 2 and wants nothing to do with standing still. For not even 1/1000 of a second for me to focus. We were sweaty. I could roll with it or I could fight it and have us all stressed out and beyond exhausted.  JoeView full post »

Mr. & Mrs. Freese!

Lindsay and Shane had a gorgeous day for their wedding! Guuuuuurl. The wanted some city texture. Ummm ok! I haven’t done the shot on the right in ages, Lindsay instantly reminded me why I need to start doing it again! Gosh I love thoseView full post »

Gabriella.

To see more from Gabriella’s birth, click HERE. Heart, Melanie.View full post »

The McCoys.

The McCoys welcomed another little boy a couple weeks ago, Grayson. Jen was burping him and his face made me giggle. Also, look at all that hair! The first World Cup game was this day. They are a big soccer family, so naturally they all USAView full post »

Mr. & Mrs. Matthiesen!

When Kristen called me last year to book her wedding, she wanted to make sure we could  make her wedding look as light and airy as we had in her friend’s we’d shot. I told her, well, the thing is, it’s not up to me how the brideView full post »

Lake Manitou.

A couple weekends ago we drove late Friday night to meet some friends at their parents cottage in Lake Manitou, Indiana. I had never heard of the place and it proved to be quite wonderful! We woke up around 9 and spent the day on and off the lake.View full post »

Celebration of sweet Nora Rose.

Deep breath. Need to get so much out. I realized today as I was sobbing to my babysitter at how many things have become so clear over the last week that I needed to share. I’ve always walked a fine line on this blog with sharing too much ofView full post »