The day I’ve been waiting for has finally come…After three years of waiting, I got the special opportunity to meet little Nora and Ellary Cooke. Susie and Ryan are dear friends that I met my freshmen year of college out at PBU’s Wisconsin Wilderness Campus. Ryan and Susie also happened to meet at WWC and it has been a privilege for me to see their relationship change and grow over the past six years. And now they are parents- makes me feel old.  Ever since Nora was born I couldn’t wait to photograph her cute little grin and beautiful eyes. As soon as I found out this sweet little family would be making their way out to the East Coast I cleared my schedule. We spent the morning at Plawicki Park and the afternoon and evening catching up with old friends.

Ryan and Susie, it is so wonderful to see how God has blessed you as parents. I treasure your friendship and was so honored to be able to do this for you.



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  • JessicaOctober 13, 2010 - 7:16 pm

    These pictures are amazing!!! I would live for you to take pictures of my family someday next spring!ReplyCancel

  • SusieOctober 15, 2010 - 2:38 pm

    Heather, we had so much fun. I’m glad you could hang out with us for the day! I can’t wait to get some of these framed and on the wall.ReplyCancel

It is hard to believe that it has been nearly 2 weeks since we made our camping trip to Letchworth State Park outside of Buffalo, NY. With Joy, Greg, Joel, and my newest addition, D700 and 70-200mm VR II, in tow, we explored Letchworth, and Niagara, Canada. It was so exciting to see the falls for the first time and get a little break from the daily grind of work. I couldn’t help but be in awe of the intricacies and beauty of God’s creation. Here is a little peek into our trip with another specialized post to come. If you haven’t been to Niagara Falls, go. And if you haven’t been to Letchworth State Park, go there too. It was one of the nicest parks I’ve been to.



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Well it has sure been a long time since I stopped in to the blog for an update. Part of that is because I was recently away on a camping trip to Niagara Falls. The other part is because I’ve been swamped with work….not that it’s a bad thing. I had hoped to provide you with a little taste of my trip to the Buffalo area, but that will have to wait another day or two. Instead…

Here is a taste of my most favorite, beloved ice cream- STARBUCKS CARAMEL MACCHIATO- It’s just delish. I share this because it is what gets me through the hours of post processing and design. It keeps me going. I am normally a Dunkin Donuts girl, but sacrifice for this. If you haven’t already, go get yourself some. Can’t you just taste the sweet swirls of coffee, vanilla, and caramel? You’ll love it too. I promise.



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This past weekend I had the awesome opportunity to photograph a group of amazingly talented vocalists. Courtney Rains-Loo, of Courtney’s Carolers contacted me a few weeks ago about setting up a session to shoot some promotional pieces in time for this upcoming holiday season. I knew from the minute I began emailing with Courtney that this shoot was going to be tons of fun. I have to admit that I was a little nervous (well, a lot nervous) because I’m used to a more candid nature of photography, but the girls were naturals- especially at singing and just having fun. Thanks Courtney and company for allowing me this opportunity. Be sure to check out Courtney’s Carolers for their upcoming appearances or book them this holiday season. You won’t be disappointed!



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  • laureSeptember 21, 2010 - 3:53 am

    Beautiful work… very fun looking through your blog.ReplyCancel

I’m one of those girls who loves summer…but I’m finding more and more that I love autumn too. To say goodbye to the Summer and hello to Autumn- which of course means apple cider, pumpkin pie, sweaters, and falling leaves I am offering 20% off standard portrait sessions. Call or email to book your session before they fill up!



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