Monthly Archives: September 2009

Fall Portraits

Fall is my most favorite time of year! Every year I have to walk through piles of leaves and hear the crunch of theView full post »

The Chicken Coop

Kerry asked me to do her family’s portrait on her parent’s farm. When I got there, I spied this really coolView full post »

Happy Anniversary Amanda & Derek

Amanda called me this summer with a specific type of session in mind. On September 20th, Amanda and Derek wereView full post »

And The Winner Is:

I am way behind on blogging again so this is a bit delayed! Congratulations to Joanna who is our summer blog challengeView full post »

Harvest Portraits

This is my first harvest on the farm since 1997!! I have missed the farm life greatly so I have really enjoyed theView full post »

Dragon Hare to Participate in Alberta Art Days

Alberta Art Days is a two day celebration of art across Alberta. Fifty four communities across our province join inView full post »

Lori & her boys

Lori wanted portraits with a western feel to them and she wanted to involve the family horses in the session. WeView full post »


Other things may change us, but we start and end with the family. ~Anthony Brandt Family is my backbone – myView full post »

At the Park

One of the “perks” of my job is getting to meet new friends on a daily basis. Robin, I very much enjoyedView full post »

Great Grandpa’s Tractor

Nicole wanted a family portrait done and wanted to also include her parents. We went out to her parent’s farm andView full post »

Around Town: Lilies

My Mom is an avid gardener and loves lilies. She has been trying new varieties of them and called me to come over andView full post »