Welcome to our Journal Here you will find highlights of recent weddings and boudoir shoots as well as glimpses into life on the farm, whatever's on my mind, and of course, my dogs! Feel free to poke around and leave comments; I'd love to hear your thoughts!

Ah, what a fun wedding to shoot!  My husband, David, and I became friends with Luke’s father when he did some surveying for us years ago, so when Luke and Kelsey got engaged, they gave me a call.  Both the ceremony and reception took place at Top of the Hill in Chapel Hill (both Kelsey…

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When I first met my husband, we used to take long walks with our dogs in the woods behind the farm.  We had a loop we would walk that the dogs loved; lots of unfenced woods to romp in, a creek we crossed twice, and a pond we always stopped at where they could swim. …

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In the 12 plus years I’ve been a wedding photographer, I’ve seen a lot of post processing trends come and go.  When I first started shooting professionally, digital photography had just become the norm.  With digital photography came the ability for the photographer to manipulate the images in the computer, or “post process.”  At its most…

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Abby and Ben were married at Celebrity Dairy, which is a goat dairy just outside of Siler City, NC.  When I was growing up, we lived on some acreage in Northern California and had some livestock, including my pony and, unfortunately, 2 goats named Laverne and Shirley.  It was my sister’s and my chore every morning before school…

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