A few weeks ago, I got a message from this beautiful mamma saying she was interested in a Maternity, Birth and Fresh 48 session and once we had our consultation, I just knew we were right for each other! I know that may sound weird to some of you but the photographer you choose is going to be involved in the most intimate, personal moment in your lives, so you both need to feel comfortable with that person! I'm honored that they chose me to document these special moments.
Total Miles: 5,234 Day 1: Eielson AFB to Haines Junction Odometer: 87933 Miles Driven: 479 So on June 28th, 2017 we left our home for the past 3 years and 7 months! We woke up at 4:15am and left at 5:45am. Within the first 40 minutes Leighlyn got carsick and I remember thinking “what in the world did we get ourselves into?!” She had never gotten carsick before so it was definitely not expected! As I’m writing this we’re on day 4 and it hasn’t happened again. At around 7am w
My father-in-law's life long dream has been to visit Alaska, and this summer he was finally able to do it! Him and my mother-in-law flew in at the end of August and we had a blast and the best part is, they got to meet their 4th grandchild! We also got to see a few new places when they visited which is always fun. On August 29th, we were off to Anchorage! On the way, we drove the 12 miles into Denali National Park and saw some Moose right on the side of the road. And yes,
As I have previously posted, this blog is also about my family's personal adventures, not just photography sessions! It's a way for you to see who I am, a look into my personal life. Being a military family gives us many oppurtunities to explore new things! This summer my brother Luke came to visit us for the second time and we decided to hike Angel Rock! It was a lot easier than last years hike up Mt. Healy, but equally as fun especially with an extra member this time (o
Our goal is to see and do as many things as we can while we are here in Alaska, because we most likely will never come back. So this summer one of our trips was to Seward, Alaska. This is about 500 miles south of Fairbanks (around 9 hours of driving time with stops). On July 5th we woke up early and made our way to the Seward Military Resort which is where we stayed until the 9th. On the 8th, we decided to hike Exit Glacier which is about 10 minutes from Seward and located