Monthly Archives: June 2013


Our dear friends the Gabriels are moving to Denver! Although we are so sad to see them go, we are excited to visit them – and of course, we had to document Noel’s last month in Michigan. Check out how much she has grown since her newborn pictures (and here are Joy’s maternity photos, to0).


baby james is here!

We absolutely love this family. They have trusted us to capture Emma’s newborn photos, Emma’s 6 month photos, and now, family pictures with their brand new son, James. We have enjoyed so much watching Emma grow, and now are thrilled to see their family grow even more.


kiersten and mark

We kicked off the wedding season this weekend with Kiersten and Mark, and it couldn’t have been more fun! They were married in the beautiful St. Francis of Assisi in Ann Arbor, with the reception at Genesis (and pictures at the Arb in between). The Saline drumline even followed them on their walk from the ceremony to the reception – that’s a first! The whole wedding was themed travel, and everything was beautiful. There were lots of special moments in the day, especially between Kiersten and her daughter, Brynn. Have a great honeymoon in Europe, you two!


Congratulations to Kiersten and Mark!



baby evan is here!

Baby Evan was one of the easiest newborns I had ever seen! He was such a sweet sleeper that we could get lots of great pictures. His brother, Tyler, was so fun and full of energy. I had such a fun morning with the whole family!


laura + steve

Ever since we took the picture for Steve and Laura’s save the dates, I have been looking forward to this engagement shoot! Laura and Steve are beautiful, both inside and out, and I am absolutely thrilled with how this session turned out. We are so excited to celebrate with them and take their wedding photos in July!


the statlers 2013

We have loved documenting the Statler family as they have expanded and grown. Moira is 1 now, and Liesel is almost 3. They are both the sweetest, most lovable girls with all their own personality – as I’m sure you can see :)