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the Bracco Family | 2018

Another family that endured some chilly temps for their session is the Bracco crew!  I remember Brandon being a little toddler, Chase aView full post »

the Swails Family | 2018

It’s exciting to watch a family grow — especially when it’s a family that you’ve been with for over aView full post »

the Haaksma Family | 2018

I absolutely adore this family — and we had such a GREAT session a week or so ago!  There was snow on the ground, but it wasn’tView full post »

Lyman Family | 2018

It had been a few years since I photographed this crew — but we really made this count by driving almost an HOUR to a locationView full post »

the Kussmann Family | 2018

The snow was really coming down…and it was frigid…but Jennifer was texting me that they were game to proceed and make itView full post »

the Moseman Family | 2018

After several years of nature sessions, Paula and Scott decided to mix things up a bit and head downtown while they were in KC!  WeView full post »

Zander | 1-Year Session

I can hardly believe that Zander is graduating from the First Year Program!  He has the most amazing little smile, and was in LOVE with theView full post »

the Poss Family | 2018

It had been four years since I saw this family, and they’ve added one more!  Talk about the perfect weather, light, and fallView full post »

the Preston Family | 2018

It was my first time meeting this whole family, and Laura really wanted these images to showcase a KC-Fall…check!  We found all sortsView full post »

the Wagner Family | 2018

I was honored to document another year of this family, and each one is better than the last!  Their wedding was TEN years ago…whoa. View full post »

Everett | 6-Month Session

I  may have been on my own Maternity Leave for Everett’s newborn photos, but I’m THRILLED that we are doing a modified FirstView full post »

the S Family | 2018

When you see a family each year, it’s an amazing feeling…that they trust the documentation of their family over such a longView full post »

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