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  • Catherine – MPHS Class of 2018

    Have you ever seen that meme that shows a picture of a lake with orange and yellow trees reflecting in the somewhat still surface, and it says “My favorite color is fall”?  Well, my favorite color happens to be rainbow (or glitter, though my kid insists that glitter isn’t a color)…. but my favorite season…

  • Mary & Josh – Family Photos at the Pumpkin Patch

    We’ve known Mary and Josh for a few years now.  We photographed their wedding a couple years ago out at Dairyland, and we’ve been in touch since.  Last year, Mary brought a beautiful baby boy into the world, and asked me to do the honor of taking their family photos this fall.  The plan was…

  • Erika & Jared’s French Creek Manor Wedding

    We met Erika and Jared at The 2016 Snohomish Wedding Tour.  Erika was about ready to bring a beautiful little girl into the world, and they were somehow dealing with record-setting heat with smiles on their faces.  We met again a few months later over dinner, and swapped stories of sleepless nights and other treats…

  • Erin Ashleigh and Loren’s Ocean Shores Beach Wedding

    The Long Beach area of the Washington coast is my favorite.  When I was younger, my family and I used to go there often.  It was a 90 minute drive from our house, and the salty air called on a regular basis.  It was so much a part of us, that my mom wanted to…

  • Anne & Jon’s Family Photos at the Washington Arboretum

    Anne and Jon got married a couple years ago at the Arboretum.  When Anne found out she was expecting, we made a second trip out to take some maternity photos there as well.  So it only seemed natural to visit again and get their first family photos done.   Anne also brought along a family blanket…

  • Maggie & Jason’s Woodland Meadow Farms Wedding

    Maggie and Jason aren’t the type to do a wedding the fussy way.  They’re more the DIY Tie-Dyed flower girl dresses and groomsmen’s socks type.  The ceremony in the round type.  The taco truck type.  And their wedding was awesome. The afternoon started out with some portrait fun, and then the entire crowd of guests…

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