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  1. Cathedral Park Family Session

    22 Mar 2015

    Cathedral Park is one of my favorite spots in Portland! So when you add a family of gigglers & a healthy dose of sunshine, it makes for a pretty fantastic shoot! The Moss family is growing by the minute and I’m so pleased to have hung out with them for…


  2. Engagement Shoot | Bridge of the gods

    19 Mar 2015

    My dear friend Holly moved to Australia, and then came back with a man who’s gonna make an honest woman out of her. Atta girl, Holly! A perfect sun-soaked afternoon at the Bridge of the gods with John & Holly (Hosmer-to-be) was total magic. Hunting for the perfect light and…


  3. Washington Park Family Session

    19 Mar 2015

    Nothing quite says spring like a sunny afternoon & a terribly delightful family session Washington Park suited the Jaggars’ family like a glove on their visit to Portland - the sweetest growing family I’ve met in quite some time - Tara, Jonathan & Rockwell are filled to the brim with…


  4. Verso Light boxes for Sale!

    18 Feb 2015

    My little pride & joys are officially on the market! Any of you that have been wanting to get your hands on one of my light boxes - now’s the time Take a closer look at my PERSONAL Gallery and get in touch through my RATES page! Quick body of…


  5. December | 2000FilmTeen

    25 Jan 2015

    From series: 2000filmteen - a film image each day of 2014 I began this year with the intention to slow my pace and truly see all the parts that make up the life being lived around me. Part of me thought having a record of at least a fraction of…


  6. A Snowy Engagement | Josh & Nicole

    20 Dec 2014

    There’s something really precious about getting to document the love of your friends, and these two were no exception I have had the pleasure of knowing them both before they were an item, and I can say I’ve never known either one as happy as when they’re going out of…


  7. November | 2000Filmteen

    09 Dec 2014

    From series: 2000filmteen - a film image each day of 2014 “Beautiful things grow to a certain height and then they fail and fade off, breathing out memories as they decay.”- F.Scott Fitzgerald A few days into this month, I felt it slipping through my fingers. As result of which…


  8. October | 2000FilmTeen

    17 Nov 2014

    “I can’t describe her exactly, except to say that she was beautiful. She was - tremendously alive. She was eating gumdrops.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Beautiful and Damned Rachel McCord | Yashica D | 120mm Kodak Portra 400 From series: 2000filmteen - a film image each day of 2014 You…


  9. Prints & Pumpkin Donuts

    24 Oct 2014

    Pumpkin donuts, hot coffee, really loud rain & shipping prints to my pals… my kind of Friday I’m truly a sucker for all things wrapped, taped, prettily-papered & covered in ribbons, twine… whatever frivolities I can find and somehow affix, if we’re being honest. I used to think getting mail…


  10. September | 2000Filmteen

    11 Oct 2014

    “The happiness of being with people.” -Kafka September was a month of celebration & anticipation. Making much of others with plenty of birthdays, new houses, new jobs, their heartbreaks, weddings, babies, and reunions of all shapes and sizes. And anticipating the weighted approach of the new season that comes only…


  11. 2000FilmTeen | August

    11 Sep 2014

    “Some days in late August at home are like this, the air thin and eager like this, with something in it sad and nostalgic and familiar…” William Faulkner Rachel McCord Yashica D | Kodak Portra 400 From series: 2000filmteen - a film image each day of 2014 August was like…


  12. 2000FilmTeen | July

    15 Aug 2014

    July was a reflector. I was drawn to shadows, contrasts, visual clutter and spots of light - unconsciously looking for something else in everything I saw. It’s so fitting how only after holding the frames of time in your hands can you realize that you were thirsty for more in…


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