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It has been pretty quiet the last few weeks. Not surprising since most people have their weddings in the spring, summer or fall around here. So I’ve been focusing more on behind the scenes work, networking with venues (I’m loving all the venue features that people are sending in!) and also working on a lot […]
Kristen and Mark booked their July wedding with me on a Friday and on Monday we were out at her farm taking save the date photos!! The wind was incredible that day, and VERY cold so we rushed through the session in about 15 minutes – but even then I know you guys had frozen […]
A few weeks ago we had the most amazing few foggy days here in Fargo. It was so mysterious and ethereal. Maybe not the most fun to drive in but for a photographer fog is pretty sweet. I went for a walk with my brother one night and as we passed by the local outdoor ice […]
You know it’s spring in Fargo when the Robbins return, the outdoors smells like rotten leaves, and the sand bag trucks are out in force. But for all that I really do LOVE spring. Just to hear the birds again! And not wear that heavy goose-down parka. Oh how I love the freedom. So try […]
Some of you might remember that I got snowed into a wedding last December, I ended up being able to second shoot for a friend! I finally had time to edit some of my favorites… The first look: Which photo is your favorite?
I went to visit my good friend Abby of Studio A Photoin Detroit lakes a few weeks ago. Well, most of you know how crazy the weather has been and I ended up getting snowed in for the weekend. She had a wedding on Saturday and since I travel with my camera I went along […]
I just love being a wedding photographer in Fargo! There are so many great opportunities here that I didn’t have in a small town of 1,000 people. Winter can be challenging in North Dakota, but I like a challenge. It keeps me on my toes. Which keeps me warm. ; ) I just love this first […]
I couldn’t resist sharing one more photo post from the frost a few days ago! Later the same day the sky turned white and gave a totally different dramatic look: