Abundant Earth Herbals

Pivoting from a Physical Service Space to a Virtual Product Shop This fall, I supported a small business owner on her transformation from an in-person massage business to an online product platform. COVID-19 threw our local small business economy up in the air, forcing many owners to journey into the unknown. Abundant Earth Herbals took on the c...
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Safe-Distanced Outdoor Portrait Sessions

This fall, I hosted a handful of safely distant outdoor portrait sessions. By keeping our physical distance and staying outside, we successfully caught magical moments on camera while respecting our collective will to not risk transmitting the virus. Thank you, Canon L Series 100mm lens, pockets of Seattle sun, and families willing to follow CDC pr...
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Finding New Rhythms Through COVID-19

I am focused on progressing your business and personal growth without requiring us to be in physical contact. There are various ways I can help you meet your goals from the safety of our own homes. I can teach you how to create content for your own marketing needs, receive shipments of your product to safely photograph from afar, or help you grow...
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A Week in Iceland

This time last year I was editing photographs from my Iceland trip. Things have slowed down so much due to the pandemic I am finally able to post those photos. Sometimes blessings come in very scary packages. I have a complicated relationship with traveling. On one hand, air travel is terrible for the environment. On the other hand, I try my best...
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Seattle Needle Knits Love

Long Live Love in Seattle! Tricia said yes at the top of the Needle to Zachariah. It was just as you'd expect it to be, thrilling, romantic, and full of laughter and love. These two gave me the giggles all evening. They could not stop smiling at each other. Zachariah maintained his cool while asking Tricia to marry him, but after she let out a shr...
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Pioneer Square Seattle

While shooting for hire, for me, and blurred lines, I've only begun to 'pic' at the surface of Pioneer Square. This historic neighborhood has shown me the right amount of grit and familiarity to keep me entranced. Its wonky and charming, its old world Europe meets new world PNW, and its worthy of a deeper dive. The active small business shops snugg...
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Seattle Lovebirds

Okay Seattle lovebirds, thank you for a magnificent season. I never expected to be so involved this fall in engagement sessions, but here I am! Its been real, it's been fun, its been real fun - and I'm guessing I won't see y'all again till the weather shapes back up. Unless of course anyone is brave enough to do a shoot in the rain? I'd happily acc...
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Root Yoga

Do you have a happy place in Seattle? May I suggest Root Yoga in Columbia City? Both the studio's refreshingly simple atmosphere, and the instructors' nourishing sequences, encourage self healing. Amy Brightman, owner of Root, has curated a mindful space, complete with Vinyasa and Restorative classes, weekly, as well as workshops, sporadically. Ea...
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All Them Dogs

I can not say enough wonderful things about SunstoneFit and their abilities to teach yoga from a foundation perspective. A pose like down dog is not a resting station or just an easy place to start a sequence. It's quite complex and rather hard work, especially if you're activating your body. Their instructors will help you to push, pull, and feel...
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PepperEditing

Pepper Editing is an admissions consulting firm for graduate-level applications founded by Seth Looper and Christine Abbot. They offer services to assist with the daunting application process. The team's strength lies in teaching writing skills to help prepare their clients for graduate school, not just getting into graduate school. Photographing...
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Peacock Wedding

Kristin and David Peacock, Your relationship is something seriously spectacular. From the furthest parts of Fort Worth to the far reaches of Dallas your souls collided in love and you've blended a family based on faith. Thank you for inviting me to witness such a wonderful event. It's an honor to be trusted and asked to photograph a public announc...
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Seattle x Dallas

A new SEATTLE branch in the historic neighborhood Pioneer Square My new office is right in, what I call, "the gut of Seattle". I'm near the waterfront, surrounded by old brick buildings and cobblestone paved parks. This collection of small businesses eateries, book stores, home goods, and art galleries creates a bustling neighborhood. I work from...
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Kristin Peacock

I'm proud to announce that my services have not left Dallas, they are in the highly capable hands (and eyes) of Kristin Peacock! Two years ago Kristin contacted me with great interest in finessing her digital media skills through private tutoring. Not long after, she began working for me. I quickly realized she possessed creative talent and profes...
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Sasa Designs

Shooting for a company that has so many beautiful items is tough, you just want to take everything home with you. Sasa is a handmade lifestyle brand empowering and employing individuals regardless of physical ability or geographic location. They started exclusively with Deaf women in Kenya, now the brand is expanding to work with women and men acro...
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Friendly Dentist of Lacey

Dr. Carpenter of Tacoma runs a tidy yet groovy ship. His patients receive top-notch care, while his team is encouraged to provide a fun atmosphere. The office is pristine, but it's also bright and happy. It was a pleasure working with this smiley group!
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