February ’21 Latest and Greatest

Winter in Wisconsin is a slow time for outdoor photos, to say the least. It’s not that it can’t be done, there just aren’t a lot of interested parties if you can imagine. Winter does offer an opportunity for reflection on past projects and focus for the upcoming year. With the rollout of COVID vaccines and thoughts of warmer weather, I am hopeful for the year ahead and getting back out there to do what I enjoy most: helping people record their own history and capturing precious moments.

In addition, I have enjoyed partnering with small businesses to promote their work, record events, assist with professional portraits, and develop marketing materials for a better online presence. From Realtors and Lawyers, to Designers, Non-Profits, Shop Owners, and individual Home Owners, I am happy to bring my services to help them meet their goals. If you see this need in the future, please keep me in mind.

This month I was thrilled to find my photos of a beautiful Ohio home shared on Property Crush from Apartmenttherapy.com. The homeowner had me photograph her lovely home in preparation for a sale and it was an honor to find my pictures shared on a national platform (not to mention the gorgeously designed home). I enjoy helping home owners, realtors, and designers showcase their properties online and am glad to offer this service.

For now, I will continue to look ahead to warmer days and when we can be back outdoors in the golden light. I also am taking appointments for any small business or marketing needs. Please contact me for COVID protocols or to book a session.

Thank you!

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