We spent the loveliest day every with Ben + Caitlin in Hastings, Nebraska. The sky was the bluest of blue, it was warm but not stifling. There was a breeze, tattoos, and a swing. And two people hopelessly in love. Happy spins…Sisters. Father + daughter….these two have such a deep and amazing connection. It was inspiring to watch.So happy….Yes. The lighting in this grove inspired me so…Tattoos….For some reason, I love this. I love this light….Part 2 tomorrow!! Peace friends. rw
I started to get to know this clan of crazy kids last year around this time and even though they’ve done some serious growing up, one thing remains the same. ENERGY! Holy cow have these kids have energy and spirit. Energy is not a bad thing. I would rather chase this guy around all day long as long as he’s having fun. Not sure if they were going for ninjas or what. Either way, I like it. Love this black & white.
So perfectly fall….I cannot express enough how much I LOVE this image. I just do. The end.
ADORABLE x 1000. The end.
Happy 6 months of life Urban. Our studio is a fantastic place to record small milestones for little ones without having to depend on the weather. Happy almost Friday!
These were taken in our natural light studio space in downtown Lincoln. The light there is perfect for intimate snuggles with little ones. Getting to follow Oak and Amanda through this new stage of their lives is an honor.Poor guy.
Happy Monday friends. rw.
Despite a few mishaps the morning of this shoot (litter Asher puking everywhere) I think we came up with some pretty great images. Your thoughts? Does this little guy look like he just threw up? I don’t think so either.Okay maybe here you can tell… We decided to walk down to their neighborhood park with the hopes that Asher was feeling better. And we all thought he was….My favorite ANTI-portrait I’ve taken in awhile…Uh okay so this was hilarious. Chris, you are a big fat dork, but also an amazing dad. I love this next series…So at this point Asher starts feeling a bit sick again….See? Hes so serious in this one…So we head back to their house and guess who gets his puke on? Yup, Asher! I think hes laughing here because sometimes it just feels better to get it out. So despite a little vomit, I’m pretty proud of these. To our friends the Trans, we love you a lot, we’re encouraged by your joy, and we feel blessed to be your friends. Here’s to a puke-free summer!
Remember Asher? Also known as “I like to puke 5min before a photo shoot”. Obviously its not HIS fault that he puked, but really, at what age can you start controlling that stuff? Just kidding.
I love silhouettes. Especially when the sky is so blue and the sun so brilliant. This is also a great ANTI-Portrait if I do say so myself. So we decided to do a mini-session, ones where Asher doesn’t smell like puke. (Wondering how many times I’m going to say puke in this post?) Want to know more about our mini-sessions? Click here for more details. Doesn’t he seem so much happier without all the puke? (pukey face)(Pukey puke)
I think thats eight. Also, these are friends so I’m cool with calling their son pukey face. Okay thats nine. And in case you missed it, Mini-session info is here! Peace.
My dear dear friend Crystal. Beautiful and strong. She also has killer bisceps from carrying around babies for the last 2.5 years. I love this image of my friend Ben. He HATES having his picture taken because he thinks hes not photogenic. I beg to differ. Here’s half his face to prove it. This is what I call an ANTI-Portrait…. And there she goes….
Spending time with children + families, capturing their spirit, their bond, is such an honor. Peace friends.
Today is a huge deal, you guys. Today my sweet little baby girl is one year old. Crazy. I mean, CRAZY. I can hardly remember this time last year – it seems so long ago, and pregnancy is so strange that once your body recovers, it’s really hard to remember what all of that was about even – and then I look at this little tootsie pop and I can’t believe she’s already walking and talking and being a big girl.
She’s becoming a big girl. *tear*But she’s still very much my little baby, and the joy she brings to us is completely unparalleled. It’s so huge and so real – it’s absolute true love.
I’m so thrilled to share tons and tons of pictures from Kim and Ian’s garden wedding. They are two of the sweetest, most genuine people you’ll ever meet, and they are dear, dear friends of ours. They are ALSO our neighbors! But we were all friends well before that. We just happened to buy nearly identical homes, just a block from one another, and move to a brand new neighborhood – that none of us knew anything about – last fall. It’s like something you’d only dream up as a 12 yr old playing M-A-S-H or something. We are living our adolescent dreams!Being so close made it super convenient for Kim and her family to get ready at our place, which I secretly LOVED, because for the first time ever, I got to dress the bride myself.
She wore a gold-striped, silk chiffon gown with inserts of English netting throughout the skirt and hand-gathered lace around the neckline – formed to look like baby’s breath. I was so honored to make this gown for Kim. She’s helped me so much over the years, not only as a supportive friend, but as an enthusiastic volunteer, driving to-and-from NY with me each year to stand for hours upon hours at the bridal market. Always laughing the entire time. She’s amazing. I wish I could make her fifty gowns!