“Kristyn was preparing to graduate from NC State University with her Bachelors in Microbiology and Genetics, and she wanted to take some photos with her family to mark this time in history and celebrate her accomplishments. She also wanted to focus on capturing moments with her and the girls – in her words, “They are my inspiration and are what kept me going when I wanted to quit school.” These girls are joy-bringers, motivators, and the best partners on the kitchen dance floor Kristyn could ask for…”
“Y’all, I almost started crying. Why’d I tear up?! I am just SO darn lucky that y’all step in front of my camera and allow me to capture these moments for you. Your smiles – your laughs! … Even if you think you look like a fool in the silliest photo from your gallery, I hope it also brings a smile to your face as a reminder of all the reasons you love this life you get to live. Even on the days when life is harder to love… even if there are more of those days than joyful ones… you’ll have these photos that showcase a happy day, a happy hour, or even just a happy minute – and I’m so honored to be here for it. …”
“I’m not naturally introspective – it takes a lot of intention for me to sit down, process through present-day life, and reflect on days, weeks, and months past – but I’ve found that doing so helps me honor all that God has done and is doing in my life, in my family, and in this little business of mine! I do some monthly reflecting through writing out my newsletter updates, but now that 2020 is rolling into town, it’s time to do a little summary of 2019. Actually, it’s not little. It’s long. But most of it is photos! Peruse at your own pace!”
“Amidst the heartwarming wedding days, newborn snuggles, and excitement of graduating, it just seems that I attract people who aren’t afraid to throw a funny face out there or let loose a little. I LOVE IT! Here are some silly and particularly joyful moments from 2015, 2016, and 2017!”
This is a job that allows me to connect with lots of different people, from all walks of life, who may otherwise have nothing in common except that I am their photographer – and I LOVE it. There is, however, one other thing I’ve noticed about the people who step in front of my camera…
THEY GET SILLY.
WE GET SILLY.
WE DON’T TAKE OURSELVES TOO SERIOUSLY.
“Image boxes are an easy way to display photos in your home with the ability to have different photos on display at different times. Don’t forget to put your photos up of your kids with their grandparents when your in-laws come to visit! 😉 You don’t have to worry about getting your own frames if you don’t want to, or even remembering to print your photos somewhere, because it’s all taken care of for you in this simple, stylish image box!”
“Framed art is available in 5×7″, 8×10″, 11×14″, 16×20″, and 20×24″ options with your choice of frame and mat. Having trouble visualizing those sizes? I have samples that I can hold up to a wall in your home – this makes it so much easier to picture your own art hanging there! You’d be surprised how small an 11×14″ or even 16×20″ photo can look in the space above your couch, but I work with you to find the best size for your needs. …”
“Our communication these days is so digitized with texting, social media, and email that it’s a rare treasure to hold a piece of mail from a friend in my hands. I also think about my older relatives who don’t use computers – they never see my photos or updates online! Maybe I need to order some of these for myself… Keep reading to see if the cards we offer are the right fit for you!”
“Gift prints are currently available in sets of 5, 10, 15, 20, or more, and they’re the most basic way to hold your memories in your hands and display them in your home. They are professionally printed on sturdy paper and are protected with a lustre coating. They won’t curl easily and can last 100-200 years! …”
“Today we continue our Throwback Thursday series (yep, on Friday), because I have more photos to share with you from the early years! If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, check out yesterday’s post, containing my earliest photography work! …”