Posts in Family Photography
I cried (and it wasn't pretty!)

“It’s interesting, sometimes you watch a movie that moves you so right into your core. It bring tears to your eyes and evokes emotions to a beautiful degree.
Usually, the tears are just running silently, as you are watching and emphasizing with the moments you see on the screen.
Well, tonight I watched Coco. A Pixar movie, that if you haven’t seen it yet, I highly encourage you to do so…..and I cried.
Not the pretty kind where one perfect tear, silently falls down and caresses the cheek.
Nope, really not like that!
Let’s face it. I ugly-cried. Snot-running, puffy, red eyes, out loud, hysterically, passionately, sorrowfully.
It wasn’t pretty. You can ask my husband.”

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The Beauty of Motherhood (Who says it can't be just a little Glamorous?)

“He was so cute! He ran around the studio (which also happens to be my house) butt-naked and laughing to his hearts content. He wanted to run around and play and wasn’t too content with having to sit on his mother’s hip, keeping him from running around. He actually ended up peeing on my floor twice (fortunately on the tile, so easy cleanup), but I couldn’t care less. “

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Priceless Possessions

"Two of my most prized possessions that I brought with me from Denmark, is two framed images. They are not very big but they are both fairly old. Both are framed in a simple black frame. Nothing fancy. Two of my most prized possessions that I brought with me from Denmark, is two framed images. They are not very big but they are both fairly old. Both are framed in a simple black frame. Nothing fancy. "

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Guide: How to choose your photographer

"When choosing a photographer it is very important that you look at the work a photographer has produced.  While doing that you need to ask yourself a few questions

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Diaries from Denmark - A Notion on Time (Infant Photography)

"When I came to Denmark for my visit, she had just given birth to beautiful, little son. We had tea at her place and as per usual our conversation was flowing. The time gone by wasn't an issue. We had suddenly, in the middle of school and life, become adults. What happened? Where did the time go? It all went by so fast. But somewhere in the middle of it, we had once again found common ground. "

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