Have you ever had a person in your life that you really like and enjoy their company, but they just quite fit into your daily. Someone who every time you spend time together the conversation is great, and the awkward, what do we talk about now, just never happens. You consider them a friend, but they just don't fit into your regular friend slots. For whatever reason. Your married, they're single. They're getting married but you're starting a family. Just different waves of life. But then. (I'm getting to the point) Then all of a sudden, you have your once in every four year coffee date and the stars finally align.
Meet Lisa. And her super dreamy tattooed husband with their sweet little lady baby. Lisa is my once every four year now text almost daily friend. She invited me into their home and let me photograph them caring for and loving on their tiny girl. We just slowed the clock to new born time and let Abby guide the photo session. I left that afternoon with a happy heart.
Just an FYI for anyone looking to have a new born session... I include a custom announcement card. Because baby announcements are #1 best design work. Period.
Sitting here thinking of what to write, I literally just took a deep breath and let out a big sigh. One of those sighs where you've finally reached a goal. The first milestone in a long series, but its the start. I really hadn't put any thought into how I would begin my first blog post in sharing my work. I have been thinking and planning and thinking for at least a year about when the right time would be to finally take the leap; take a step toward being a mama boss and not an employee. But I hadn't until this very moment, when I had this website all set up except for adding the beginning content to the blog. My portfolio blog. So (another sigh), instead of sharing all my plans, who I am, where I've been, what I plan for my future, I'm just going to share some images. Some images that mean the most to me. A few of my first baby, Hazen. And all those other things, in time. Thank you for being here. If you are reading this, it really means the world to me.
Momma. Spokane. Maker of things. Design is my 9-5 and working to make photography my golden hour.