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Working From Home People tend to understand that wedding photographers, well, photograph weddings. But people have asked a few times what my weekdays look like. Weddings usually fall on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, but what about the other days? There are shoots happening throughout the week, but they typically aren’t scheduled during standard office […]

What Does A Photographer’s Work Day Look Like?

What Does A Photographer’s Work Day Look Like?

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Pennsylvania Love Can I be real with you guys for a second? We have 8 weeks left in our apartment and I’m starting to get a little sentimental over here. Pennsylvania is the place where I spent the first 25 years of my life, became a photographer, graduated from college, celebrated countless family holidays, and […]

Pennsylvania Love & Mini Session Announcement

Pennsylvania Love & Mini Session Announcement

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A Fresh About Me Page On Monday I felt super brave and hit publish on the new About page on my website. This is a project I’ve been working on for a few weeks and I’m so excited it’s finished! You should totally give it a read if you have a few extra minutes. I spent […]

Be Brave

Be Brave

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Ahh winter months, they’re all kinds of wonderful. The majority of weddings take place between April and November, meaning I have from December through March each year to soak up all the goodness of slow season. There’s a common misconception with photographers that if we’re not shooting, we’re not working. When in reality, we’re rolling up our […]

How I Spend My Winter Months

How I Spend My Winter Months

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My 50th Blog Post So cool news, this is actually my 50th blog post since my new website & blog launch last April, whew! I write about 300 words per post…meaning I’ve written a minimum of 15,000 words on this blog! WHAT. I had no idea my happy fingers have already typed that much. Crazy. Also, full disclosure, […]

Growing My Business Ended Up Growing Me Instead

Growing My Business Ended Up Growing Me Instead

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Mentor Sessions Winter is typically considered to be “off season” for many wedding photographers because there are fewer weddings over the winter season. The down time is often much needed after a busy spring, summer, and fall of shooting weddings. It’s the perfect time of year for me to evaluate my business and thinking about my goals for […]

Mentor Sessions

Mentor Sessions

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Connection is my focus word for 2017. When I sat down to reflect on the coming year, I started by making a list of what I’d like to get out of my life in the next twelve months. This is slightly different for me than goals (don’t worry I’ll share a few of those in […]

Connection

Connection

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Happy New Years Eve friends! As 2016 comes to a close, it’s been fun to reflect back on highlights of the last year and everything it has meant to me. A friend of mine shared a quote earlier today and it’s the perfect summation of how I feel now, and how I always feel at […]

2016 Highlights

2016 Highlights

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Maybe I’m just in the Thanksgiving spirit, but I’ve been feeling so much gratitude in my heart lately. We still have a few weeks until the year is over but this has been a good year all around. I worked hard and played hard and looking back, I have so much to be grateful for.  Website & Blog […]

Thoughts on Being Grateful

Thoughts on Being Grateful

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Being a Professional Photographer I’ve written in previous posts about how much goes into the behind the scenes of running a full time business as a wedding photographer. It’s a lot of long days and 7 day work weeks during peak shooting season. BUT, there are some incredible advantages to running your own business and being […]

The Perks of Being a Professional Photographer

The Perks of Being a Professional Photographer

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