Maine Wedding

We are coming up on the one year anniversary of this wedding I photographed for a beloved friend up in Maine. That’s life with two preschoolers for you. The difference between September 2019 and September 2020 is stark…our old life is almost unrecognizable. But I wanted to get these up before any more time passes. Happy anniversary to the Ludver Clan.

Columbus Babywearing Minis

For the last several years I have volunteered my services to raise money for the Columbus Babywearing group by hosting fundraising mini-sessions. This year things worked out a little differently due to covid, but I was still able to host a few families in my backyard studio who are members of the group. Got some great shots of them snuggling their babes!

Historic Granville Wedding

I love quaint little towns with character and small, intimate weddings with equal character so I was thrilled when a friend asked me to capture her and her loved ones for her wedding in historic Granville, Ohio. The ceremony took place at the Buxton Inn and we also snuck over to the grounds at the Granville Inn across the street for some photos. It was one of those gloomy, chilly summer days that can feel romantic in the right setting, with just a sprinkle of rain for good luck.

Spring

Actually it’s nearly summer, but I have been so busy editing that I haven’t had a moment to post some images from my spring mini-sessions at Franklin Park Conservatory. I love seeing my repeat clients’ families growing and maturing during mini-session season, and it challenges me to do something new and creative for them each year. Here’s a sample of my favorite images.

Practice Makes Perfect

I couldn’t resist putting my three year old in this amazing flower girl dress the moment it was in my possession. I love her post-nap grumpiness in juxtaposition with the grandeur of the dress. This was a completely candid session, taken on a whim, hence the disorder of her bedroom in the background. She is practicing to be a flower girl in her uncle’s wedding this summer.