blog_title_decorationEVERETT | STUDIO NEWBORN SESSION

I am just loving all these sweet newborns lately! This little man belongs to my dear friend, Erica (who also happens to be a photographer) and her husband, Derek. Everett has been wanted by mommy and daddy for so long, and is already so loved! Everett was born a wee bit early, and it was fun to shoot his newborn session on his original due date. Congrats to the new family of three!!














Images captured on the Contax 645, and Canon 1V with Fuji 400h, and Ilford XP2 film

blog_title_decorationGARET RAY | IN HOME NEWBORN SESSION

Lately, I’ve been so blessed to photograph so many darling newborn sessions. I seriously love shooting each and every one, but this little guy is extra special, as he’s my cousin Jill’s precious baby. Garet is absolute perfection – his little belly, and his perfect wispy hair, and the teeny, tiny everything.  It’s so incredible to see Jill as a mother, I know Garet will be loved beyond measure by her and daddy, Alex, and the entire extended family (and there’s a lot of us, as Jill and I have approximately 30 first cousins!).

Welcome to the world, Garet Ray!













Images captured on the Contax 645, and Canon 1V with Fuji 400h, and Ilford XP2 film

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blog_title_decorationANNIE & JOHN | ENGAGEMENT ON LAKE MINNETONKA

Meet Annie & John! I am so excited for this adorable couple to tie the knot in just a few short weeks! I hadn’t met John before the engagement session, but it’s pretty easy to see why Annie loves him – he was all smiles and full of jokes and laughter during our session, and it’s so obvious how much they both adore each other. We hung out at Annie’s childhood home on Lake Minnetonka, where I got to meet the entire family, who were all there prepping for a big 4th of July weekend. Shoutout to her brothers for backflipping into the water (not pictured!) and keeping us laughing/giving us a hard time during the session!

Congrats to the future Mr & Mrs!!















Images captured on the Contax 645, and Canon 1V with Fuji 400h, and Ilford XP2 film.