June 10, 2015

ProjectTEN | June

This is my sixth ProjectTEN post. On the tenth day of the month, a group of ten female photographers each post ten personal pictures. Thats all there is to ProjectTEN.

After a week of summer colds and two days of fevers, we busted the girls out yesterday for some flower romping and ice cream. 


Now go check out the ProjectTEN work produced this month by these awesome lady photographers:


If you are in or around the Mid-Atlantic and are interested in booking a session with me, I'd love to help you out. Please enter your contact information here. And if you would like to see more of my daily life, check out Instagram where Cole and Ibbie are the stars.

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May 10, 2015

ProjectTEN | May

This is my fifth ProjectTEN post. On the tenth day of the month, a group of ten female photographers each post ten personal pictures. Thats all there is to ProjectTEN.

It's spring in Delaware which means the days are warm and it's light until late evening. This Mother's Day weekend I picked up my camera to snap a few shots of our time with family and friends. 

Now go check out the ProjectTEN work produced this month by these awesome lady photographers:


If you are in or around the Mid-Atlantic and are interested in booking a session with me, I'd love to help you out. Please enter your contact information here. And if you would like to see more of my daily life, check out Instagram where Cole and Ibbie are the stars.

ProjectTEN | January | February | March | April

May 8, 2015

A Saturday Morning

As I've mentioned before, the local photography community is very supportive. I've become friends with a few other local photographers which is awesome when it comes to critique and development. One of those photographers is Stephanie Shaw.  Steph is actually way more than a photographer, she's a maker. She sells charming bibs and paper crafts on Etsy in addition to running her photography business. Earlier this spring, Stephanie and I traded sessions with one another.

I opted to have an in-home session one Saturday morning. The girls picked out their outfits, ate two breakfasts each, basically going about their usual routines. My sister was visiting and busied herself with cake making in an unsuccessful effort to avoid the pictures. We received over eighty pictures which is just unbelievable! It so fun to see your life through someone else's lens.