Frances and Pat first connected over music, a shared passion, as they’re both audiophiles, and Pat is a sax player. He was immediately impressed by her audio engineering skills, and their bond continued to grow with a shared…
Looking for an amazing way to propose? Want to celebrate an anniversary, birthday, or, simply looking for a unique date night you’ll never forget? Our Lake Geneva Picnic Sessions are the perfect way to combine a great date with relaxed, playful photoshoot. Enjoy a beautiful charcuterie picnic, designed and set up by our friends Parker Drive, Lillypots, and Fork It Grazing. Begin with an adorable, intimate photoshoot, then enjoy your picnic at your leisure! Available Tuesday-Friday. Total experience, including Picnic […]
It’s officially gorgeous here in the Lake Geneva area, and that means we’re ready for Spring Mini-Sessions! If you’re looking for family portraits, thinking of celebrating an anniversary with a couples session, planning a surprise proposal, or want to congratulate a recent graduate, Spring Mini-Sessions are a great way to capture this season of your life. They’re also perfect for building up your imagery for branding, social media, and just to create something beautiful and artistic! Sessions are 35 minutes […]
Behind the scenes, I’ve spent the past 3 years gardening…
Tuesday morning began with a touch of magic.
A thick veil of fog enshrouded the Geneva Lake area, and as Andy and I rose and drove to one of our favorite local coffee shops, I found myself delighted by the shifting light.
From the very first time we spoke, Anna and I definitely hit it off. And I have to say, one of the most beautiful parts of photographing weddings, for me, has been getting to know our brides, seeing the amazing women that they are, and then meeting (usually a little later), their other half. It’s like putting together a puzzle, and finally watching the full picture unfold, right before your eyes. With Anna and Jon, it has always been a […]
Kristin and Luke share a bond highlighted by love, laughter, and hard work. They’ve rehabbed homes together, worked side by side, and still manage to make each other smile over the little things in life.
For many of us, winter is a time of shutting in and shutting down. Of enjoying only those things that can be held within the comfort of our walls, while surrounded by heat and a golden tungsten (or, in many cases these days, LED) glow. But if we’re lucky (and already, so soon into 2021, we have been), nature reminds us that even in the depth of winter, there is beauty to be explored.
While the world pauses, waiting for what might unfold next, many of us find ourselves steeped in the familiar. Stranded in the places we’ve made our own — our castles, our keeps, our hovels, our homes…