Category Archives: Family

“Meet Mr. Cow…” {Family} {Personal}

Some children have a teddy bear, a blanky, or a ‘stuffy’.  My oldest son, has a cow.  Not just any cow,View full post »

“Lovely Day for some fall family photos…” {Family}

I love that we get to experience four great seasons.  God really has blessed us with a beautiful template to photographView full post »

Fun fall day on the farm…

Shooting during the fall season can be a bit tricky, it can be really warm, really cold, wet, rainy, or it could be evenView full post »

Beautiful Fall Day

Fall sure did decide to greet us on this early Saturday morning.  The colours were pretty, but the air was feeling aView full post »

A Chevy and 6 boys…

What do you get when you have a chevy and 6 boys?? A LOT of laughs=).  The “V” family is full of energy,View full post »

A little ‘flare’ on the farm…

Last Saturday I spend the evening with one of my favourite nieces!  The sun was warm, and added a perfect flare to theView full post »

19 kids and counting…

19 kids and counting.  Ok maybe they are not all from the same family but they all are grandchildren.  They may not beView full post »

Summertime fun

This family won a session with me back in November at the “What Women Want” show. They did a winter sessionView full post »

Perfect Sunlight and an adorable little man…

If I could shoot from 6pm to 8pm every night I would. I LOVE that warm golden sun as its setting. It just makesView full post »

A little white and a little black…

I love black and white images.  Dont get me wrong, I LOVE colour, but I absolutely love how black and white imagesView full post »

Mr. Aaron…

Sometimes shooting a 4 month old can be difficult. They are usually not yet sitting up, but not small to sleep throughView full post »


What do you get when you have cows, tractors(John Deere of course!), and three blue eyes childrenView full post »

“All in the Family…”

I can still remember playing barbies, colouring on the drawing table, or playing tennis at the school.  My cousin &#View full post »