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The Hashbarger Family

March 16, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I had the pleasure of hanging out with this fun family the other day. Their little guy is so sweet and adorable! I love lifestyle sessions because they document these moments at home that we will always cherish. If you would like to schedule a lifestyle session or just have questions about what this type of session involves, send me an email and I...
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Traditions

November 14, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Traditions Documentary Session The holidays are upon us and that means time for family traditions! Moms, you are always behind the camera taking photos of your kids building their gingerbread house, decorating the tree, or putting the sprinkles on the cookies. I want you to get in the frame with your kids too! You only have this short period...
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Baby Briggs

January 12, 2017  •  3 Comments
In December I got to shoot my first paid client hospital session. I've done them before for family members so I was no stranger to them, but I was still very nervous! It was a snowy, blustery day in Fargo and as the snow fell outside, the room was full of moody light. One of my favorite types of light. The light wasn't the only thing that was moody...
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The Family Farm

December 19, 2016  •  1 Comment
This November I had the pleasure of meeting the Olson family from Milnor, ND. Alisha had responded to my model call looking for a farm family to document. I loved their story of how they farm on her husband's side of the family and they cattle ranch with her side of the family. Unfortunately I didn't get to document the ranch side when I was there,...
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Thunderstorm Family Session

July 28, 2016  •  6 Comments
I've never blogged a family session before, but I loved this one so much I have to share! There was a 20% chance of rain during our scheduled session time, but clouds were building up on the radar. As I drove to the T Family's home, I watched the sky grow darker and darker. As soon as I stepped inside their front door, it started to rain. Ugh. It...
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