Recently, I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing for Denver Community Credit Union. We did a day photographing some commercial lifestyle set ups for their rebranding and images placed in all of their branches, along with providing imagery on their website. Denver Community Credit Union Below are some of the images that we captured […]

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I really can’t get enough of this light in the studio! It is beautiful and perfect no matter what time of day one shoots there. Nor does it seem to matter if it is bright and sunny out or cloudy and gray. Recently I had little miss El’Lee from El’Lee Approved on Instagram in the […]

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Summer to recharge and refocus SUMMER 2016 Summer 2016 – the end of many things, both personally and professionally, along with being the summer before great changes. Professionally, the last year and half has been muck. In May 2007, I up and relocated from NYC to Denver to completely change “careers” and start a full […]

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Poison Dart Frog I am so far behind in my poison dart frog updates. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve seen them plenty, but that’s about the only place I’ve posted anything on these beautiful frogs. One tadpole morphed into a frog. The tadpole with the bubble that had me worried didn’t make it. […]

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  • Lindy - I don’t think I’ve ever heard of someone being “so far behind” on “poison dart frog updates.” I love it! Very cool photos of some fascinating little creatures! The last picture is awesome!ReplyCancel

  • Flor - The frogs are beautiful. I myself am quite afraid of frogs, or any reptiles for the matter, but I love your updates and I get to live without fear through you!ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - Wow! This is so cool ! I’m showing my kids this when I get home!ReplyCancel

  • Jess Kornacki - So cool that you captured this whole process. These photos are beautiful and so is that cute little poison dart frog!ReplyCancel

  • Jennie - Such pretty colors!ReplyCancel

  • Larissa - What a fun way for hands on learning!ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - That’s so awesome! Love the last oen!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Kidder - Gorgeous colors in that last image! How fun!ReplyCancel

  • Willy Wilson - Wait – this is a pet? I thought you could only see these frogs at the zoo or the Denver Botanic Gardens! How cool is it that you were able to photograph a family pet through its early development!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Tipton - Wow! Thanks for sharing your froggy adventures- how fun!ReplyCancel