Monthly Archives: August 2011

  • Janie + Ryan

    Posted on August 25, 2011 by in Engagement

    Back in the day, before the moving truck had arrived to unload my things, before I learned east from west without the aid of mountains, and before I finally understood the KC highway system, (heck, before I even knew how to get out of the cul-de-sac, for real) I met Ryan. He was my first […]

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  • Jill + Marcus

    Posted on August 22, 2011 by in Weddings

    Jill and Marcus’ wedding is one I have happily anticipated for a long, long time – for many reasons. Because after meeting them over cups of coffee more than a year ago, we laughed and connected so easily it was a natural fit from the beginning. Because Jill is a planner – organized, on top […]

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  • Shawndra + Jeff

    Posted on August 17, 2011 by in Family

    When Shawndra called saying her brother was in town and they wanted a few photos for their parents, I was so excited. I hadn’t seen Jeff in at least six years. It was strange to think he was now going to college and out of the house. Back in the day I remember going to […]

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  • Ashlee + Aaron

    Posted on August 15, 2011 by in Weddings

    Many times during a wedding, I smile to myself thinking about how incredible it is to photograph people’s wedding days. I mean, for real? There is so much going on the day of – laughter and tears (oh yes, I cry too), hugs, family reuniting, dancing, great music, yummy food, and hours of celebration. All […]

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  • Jana + Fred

    Posted on August 12, 2011 by in Weddings

    The outdoor thermometer read 109 degrees. Not accounting for humidity. And the wind blew like there was no tomorrow. But a little Kansas weather wouldn’t stop Fred and Jana. Oh no. They had waited a long time for this. I met Jana over three years ago, on a trip to Kansas City. I lived in […]

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