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    I want to impact people. I want to bring happiness around me. I want it to matter. Whether it’s a wedding, family or little kiddos I’m shooting my goal is to not only leave you with a set of beautiful images but a memory of an enjoyable experience.

    My style as a photographer is a hybrid between photo-journalism, art photography and portrait photography. I got my BFA in fine art photography and I aim to be timeless and one-of-a-kind with my work. I want each image to be unique to it’s owner! I love colour and fun in photography (and let’s face it; in life general). Having your picture taken shouldn’t be a dull experience. I adapt my approach with every client because every client is unique and different AND AWESOME. Some clients flourish if you give them more space and you’re a fly on the wall. Others like more feedback and commentary while the shooting is happening. I feel like a photographer should do their best to make you feel comfortable (because most people already are aware there’s a camera in the room). I chat as much or as little to make you comfortable and sometimes even snap when you least expect it to get the candid moments.

    My heart beats for my family. My daughter, Eila is my reason to be better, try harder and love stronger. My husband is my BFF and he’s quite adorable as well.

    I also love cookies, cupcakes, thrifting (people always say I find the best stuff!) and Netflix. I also love fresh cut grass (the smell is the best ever), polka-dots and stripes and interior design. Oh yeah and of course I love my home-Finland and singing to Taylor Swift loudly in my car. And yep, I love The Bachelor and all the Real Housewives! And Jesus is pretty cool too.


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What is there to say other that OH MY GOSH women are warriors and no matter how you birth or bring your baby into this world-you’re a freakin unicorn sparkle magical being-that’s for sure.

There is so many parts of pregnancy and delivery that can just cut a woman to their core. Emotions, fears, facing those fears, overcoming the agony and hardship of it all and going into mothering next moment. That’s why women tell their labor and birthing and pregnancy stories like stories from the war. They are a lot. Can be a lot. It’s a lot. It just is. And all amazingly worth it and precious and just complex.

This was my second time I was able to capture Shea birthing and both times I’ve been in awe of her and her ability to be so present. I left the hospital again just feeling like OMG women are amazing and the love and dedication Shea had to bring her sweet Sutton into this world was just mind blowing. Shea-you’re a magical woman! FOR REAL.

I say it now and I’ll say it again. But everyone should witness a birthing at least once. It’s like a thing I feel like that kinda takes you back and makes you realize all the moms and all the women before and the sheer will and force that brought us into this world. It’s hard to watch a birth and not be in awe. #justmyopinion #okaayzzz

Congrats to Shea, Trent and Sawyer and welcome to this earth, Sutton!!

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