Cow in a field with a woman writing in a notebook leaning against tree with camera

3 … 2 … 1 … Launch!

Hooray! The long awaited website refresh has finally been updated. I am happy to welcome you to the fresh, clean and navigationally-improved site loaded with tons of my favorite things to share with you.

But, before I get into the new happenings … I have to give a shoutout to the wonderful team over at Alisabeth Designs for doing all of the design and planning of my new website. I can’t tell you how much of a relief it is to have them work so diligently with me, and showcase the vision in my photography work. Secondly, the new logo and submark by Wapiti Sage Design that totally looks like me, and goes with my vibe is so stunning. Thank you!

After years of photographing couples, families, weddings, friends, industry people and commercial clients, I am happy to say that my personal “niche” has settled like cream to the top of a mason jar. Agriculture … the families and companies that encompass this industry have been my inspiration to continue my trade. And so, some changes are happening as most things do with business.

Deciding to tailor my photography and journalism to ag-related subjects, methods and products. What does this mean? After this year, I will no longer be accepting wedding clients in order to regain weekends. I can’t believe I’m an “almost” 4-H mom and my little guy will need my time and energy during shows and activities, and as you can imagine, weekends get filled when you run a wedding photography business.

I have LOVED all of the couples I have worked with, and cherish the time spent together during their special day. I will allow the website to do most of the “talking” but it’s to no surprise that I will be showcasing the branches of commercial agriculture, local producers and farm/ranch life.

Showcase those farm kids, tell the world about your product, educate consumers about the environment and the role agriculture plays at conservation.

If you don’t know me personally, I enjoy travel and wish to visit as many national parks as possible. I have friends to the west and most of my “free time” spent traveling is to experience ranch life and chase wild horses with my camera.

Follow along with my new blog as I introduce you to farming families, industry persons and products.

Enjoy and thank you for your continued support of my business! What do you think of the new site? I’d love to hear your comments below. 🙂

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