Jekka & Jake/Jeff (long story… lol) your White Mound County Park Wedding was amazing. I started the day meeting Jekka & Jake at their brand new home just up the hill from Jake’s childhood farm. I loved hanging out with these guys chatting and of course teasing the groomsmen for not knowing how to tie
A Polish Catholic Wedding at the St.Paul’s University Catholic Center This year I finally had the chance to photograph a wedding at the brand new St.Paul’s Catholic Center at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and it was worth the wait. For many years now I’ve been photographing their annual Spring Wine Fest to help build
This was my first Creamery 201 Wedding in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin and I certainly hope that this is on the beginning. Everything about this location and this day was stunning. It was late fall, with over cast, creamy skies… not quite bitter cold and blue but the warm air of summer was over. I arrived
This warm spring Stoughton engagement session was so fun and we couldn’t have asked for a better evening. We found a few new places to try out and it was so inspiring. I’m always so excited when couples just green light my love to chase light and find new spots to test out. Photographing Tessa
Who doesn’t love a perfectly timed fall family photo session! I know I do. Last fall the weather was so unpredictable and caused a few reschedules but when you end up with the most perfect of fall evenings all the running around is so worth it. Here are few of my favorites with this amazing
Fall is such a beautiful time of year for Family Photos and one of my favorite locations is quickly becoming Indian Lake State Park. I loved my time with this sweet family of three!
Finally it’s warm enough to send the kids out to play in the snow! It feels like a heat wave out there. I am not great at pulling my camera out as much as I should with my own family… I know, I know… but when I do I’m always so glad I did. I
I’ve been a wedding photographer for just over 10 years now. Photographing so many beautiful ceremonies, in barns, fields, tents, homes, reception halls and churches. I’m sure if I took a few more moments to think, I could add more to the list. It has always been a joy and a privilege to celebrate the