Category Archives: Maya

When you give a toddler the camera

I started Maya with a camera at 18 months old with a cheap Panasonic DMC-ZS5 with the goal of just learning to “point & shoot”. There are days now where she wants to take pictures of every.single.thing and every.single.doll that she owns. Lately though, I’ve been trying to get her to focus on things that […]

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Appreciating the light

We just got back from a week long work vacation to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Beautiful location! If you’re looking for a mountain area to relax and enjoy the scenery, this is your town. As a portrait photographer, the hardest part for me was appreciating the light for landscape and scenery type shots. I’m just not […]

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I get it, I totally get it now……

We are currently in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for a photo shoot for a client of mine. The trip, planned over 7 months ago, turned into being our first vacation as a new family, and since we had a few days here before I needed to work, I thought it would be nice to have our […]

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Colorado Renaissance Festival

The Renaissance Festival is probably one of my favorite festivals to attend. I’ve gone pretty much every year for over 10 years, whether I’m here in Colorado, several when I lived in NY, and one in Florida. I love it. It can be hard to decipher who is who outside of the red rose pendent […]

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The Real Dill – Sweet Molasses Chips

The Real Dill has done it again! With their take on “bread and butter”, meet the newest pickle in the bunch, Sweet Molasses Chip. These little chips are quite addicting. My daughter had more than 10 of them while getting a cute shot of her eating them. In her words, “These are yummy!” Be sure […]

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