Bolivia: Perspective Shift

Bolivia: Perspective Shift

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May 18, 2015

When people ask me how my trip to Bolivia was, I often say, “It was intensely amazing.” But, how can a sentence really describe the experience in a brief passing while shuffling kids to and from activities or in the grocery store? The truth is that the whole trip was a huge perspective shift for […]

A Photo Of My Feelings

A Photo Of My Feelings

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Aug 19, 2014

I spied this scene while out walking with my family on Sunday evening. I would not have even noticed if my daughter hadn’t asked for a water break. So, we stopped underneath ¬†two Holly trees that create an arbor over the sidewalk. As the kids drank water in their peckish and slow way, I looked […]

Childhood inspiration

Childhood inspiration

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May 5, 2014

The other day, my kids had made a mess of legos on their bedroom floor just before bedtime. Instead of scolding them, I took a moment and saw the wonderland they had created. That made a light-bulb go off above my head: childhood is full of inspiration. You never know what experiences you provide a […]

A Kewpie Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

A Kewpie Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

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Mar 17, 2014

One of my first dolls was a Kewpie doll. My grandma made her a little dress in the same style she herself wore. So, they hold a special place in my heart. I’m working on a little collection of Kewpie Doll series as a fun personal project. I hope you enjoy!

Photography Show Countdown: Sneak Peek 6

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Jan 9, 2012

Living in the Northwest, I have always loved Ferns and the grow prolifically around here. This is one of the smallest pieces in the show at 5×7, because I was using my Cannon Powershot when I captured this photograph. I usually carry this “pocket” camera when I’m heading to the park with my kids. Since […]