Monthly Archives: September 2016

Mr. & Mrs. Knox!

I’m just going to say right off the bat, I blogged entirely too many images. I had to go through 5 rounds of cutting and still couldn’t part with some of these because they tell so much of the story. It is such a good story toView full post »

The Smiths.

Oh look, Lori and her family. Dejavu? Cause I swear I just blogged pics of them on Monday. Hmmm Can’t even believe these big girls are one!! Look at all the joy! Looks like y’all are handling four just fine. 🙂 Abe. You’re.View full post »

Kelsey & William.

A ridiculous story needs to be told before viewing the images because I’m transparent and you can have a good laugh in my direction. First of all, William proposed about 15ft away from where this first image was shot and they thought itView full post »

The McCoys.

I promised Adam I wouldn’t shoot on my birthday but then it worked out more conveniently for everyone if I changed their session, which happened to fall on my bday. Oops. But good news is that I’ve known the Wideners for nearly 30 yrsView full post »

Mr. & Mrs. Jones!

Their mid century modern house was the coolest. Oh Alexx, you are gorgeous. Loved this first look and Alexxandra’s curves were made for that dress! ADD husband taking photos, oh look! A butterfly! The sun was shining super bright atView full post »

The Goldschmidts.

The cutest little familia. Quickest way to turn a frown upside down! I know you wanted the sun, Liz, but this is still beautiful! The weather went from nice to “oh gosh, there’s going to be a tornado.” Mila had a hard timeView full post »


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 »

The Reckamps.

Gosh, I love this family! I had the privilege of shooting them in Switzerland two years ago and now they made the journey back to the states and chose Cincinnati to live in! Yay! Welcome to the Nasti! In Geneva, I loved that the kids were soView full post »