Naperville Children's Photographer | Goodbye Tucker

October 02, 2014  •  6 Comments
It is both a surreal and deflated feeling I have as a mother and as a photographer right now. What are you to feel when the one of your child's treasures, a horse who shares his name, suddenly dies a painful death? Tucker was the cooky little horse among the giant draft horses at Danada Equestrian Center. He was the little guy who didn't sweat and...
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Naperville Maternity Photographer | Simplicity

August 09, 2014  •  6 Comments
In addition to photographing children-being-children and the connection between parents and their children, maternity photography ranks right up there as my favorite and most inspirational work. There is something so serene and beautiful about being alone with the mother to be, directing her and arranging her to find her (and her belly bump's) most...
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Naperville Child Photographer | Living in Color

August 08, 2014  •  6 Comments
Any one who follows my photography, especially on Facebook, knows how I love my black and white. I love it for the romantic feel it gives the photograph and how it leaves a clean, uncluttered focus on the most important thing in the photograph, the subject. I use if for drama and to center the audiences attention on the feeling I want to express in...
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Naperville Child Photographer | Danada Equestrian Center

August 02, 2014  •  4 Comments
What started out as location scouting has evolved into a deep love of the Danada Equestrian Center (aka Danada Horse Farm). From it's rich history which began in 1929 when it was built and founded by Dan and Ada Rice to it's 152-acres of lush pastures and trails (perfect for photography) the Danada Equestrian Center has become a personal pastime fa...
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Naperville Family Photographer | Singapore Superhero Family

June 24, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
December and January I refocused my photographer on the soul behind it. My family. That meant fewer clients and more time to explore. More time to explore the light, the emotions, and capture the wee details of my little kids before they slipped away. We spent the holiday season at our home away from home in Singapore, desperately missing our fami...
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Naperville Family Photographer | Where the end is the beginning

January 21, 2014  •  7 Comments
This is where is all began for me. Photography. I had the time, but I was running out of it. My beloved, my dog, my Sigmund was getting older. I guess I didn't realize how old he was getting as in the end it truly went too quickly. But this is where is began for me, in the end. Sigmund was my best friend. A replacement for a boyfriend that went of...
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the Singapore project | Taxi Line

November 20, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
If you live in Singapore you've probably stood in your share of taxi lines. The short, the long, the waiting game of chance as you wondering which taxi your luck will bring you. This taxi image is at one of the more glamorous taxi lines at the Marina Bay Sands. I love the blue light cast on the scene and the rare line of green taxi signs.
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the Singapore project | the Road Not Taken

November 18, 2013  •  5 Comments
For some reason as I stare at this photograph taken just off the beaten path of Singapore's Marina Bay, I am reminded of Robert Frost's poem, the Road Not Taken. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth;...
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