Category Archives: My Adventures

Photographs of my life, my loves, and the places I’ve been.

Yoga in Guatemala

In August 2019, I journeyed to Guatemala for a month to photograph, and participate in, a yoga teacher training program. The training, by Echo Flow Yoga, took place at The Yoga Forest, which is a self-sustaining yoga community perched upon a mountain in San Marcos, on Lake Atitlan. Life without email, phones, or electricity was…

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Olympic Peninsula | West Coast Photographer

I would love to spend more time in the west coast, professionally, working with great couples, and capturing their big moments in this amazing landscape. If you, or someone you know is in need of a wedding photographer for their west coast fête, I would love to hear from you!

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Paleo AIP Oatmeal

I don’t usually post about food, but breakfast this morning was interesting. It’s noatmeal! It looks, and tastes (mostly) like oatmeal, but it’s made of squash, banana and coconut flakes instead of oats. Normally I don’t go for food that’s trying to be other food. For example, I don’t hate myself enough to eat turkey…

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Women’s March on Washington & A Day Without a Woman

In honor and anticipation of tomorrow’s Day without a Woman and International Women’s Strike, I’m sharing some of my favorite images from when Ken and I attended the Women’s March on Washington in January. There’s not much I can say that hasn’t already been said about the Women’s March, but here goes anyway: I’ve been…

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Winter Photo Fun!

If you live in Chicago, you know how dreamy the city has been since we had our first big snowfall. It’s pure magic (ask me in a month, and I’ll be over it, but for now it’s all love). As soon as Ken and I saw the sky go white, we dashed outside with a…

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