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summertime, and the livin’ is easy…..View full post »

what i know to be true

Quotes, links, thoughts, and other tidbits that I have found to be true this week: I really enjoy good writing.View full post »


Recent captures from a trip home.  Louisiana is never short of inspiration for me.  I will never tire of capturing myView full post »

easing into summer

Easing into summer around here. Waking up early to have a few quiet moments before my girls wake. Staying up a bitView full post »

a letter to myself

On March 26, 2004, I wrote a letter to myself. At the time, I lived in Chicago and was a newlywed, not sure of what IView full post »

shadows and light

It’s no secret that I love fresh flowers in my home. But when I grab my camera to document them, I findView full post »

what i know to be true

Quotes, links, thoughts, and other tidbits that I have found to be true this week: At this point in my life, IView full post »

mornings around here

A typical late spring morning around here. I love waking up early with sunlight there to greet me (yay for longerView full post »

What I Know To Be True

Quotes, links, an other tidbits that I have found to be true this week: It becomes increasingly hard to change aView full post »

lots of green in the garden this year

Lots of green in the garden this year. I am really enjoying being outside and getting my hands dirty.  I didn’tView full post »

a photo + reflection / 01

the blue hour. the period of twilight each morning and each evening where there is neither full daylight nor completeView full post »

about the table

My kitchen table is a major source of inspiration for me.  We gather here every night for dinner.  My daughters doView full post »

on photography, film, and other musings

There’s nothing quite like a light leak on the beach.   I’ve been thinking so much about this space.  IView full post »

spring, around here

A few signs of spring around here ~ More, soon.View full post »

new orleans in black and white

Leftover beads from Mardi Gras were around every corner in New Orleans.  But it is the contrast and architecture of theView full post »

quiet mornings

A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I took a quick trip to New Orleans.  We make this trip quite often.  NewView full post »

captured moments, late spring

A few moments I’ve captured lately.  I’m currently loving this Spring weather – sun mixed withView full post »

a recent walk

Atlanta Botanical GardensView full post »

sun flare

Nothing quite better than sun flare + film.  View full post »


And so it begins ….. Can’t wait for this baby girl to arrive.View full post »

my polaroid wall

This drawer in my workspace is filled with all of my polaroids, taken with various cameras.  Once I scan them, theyView full post »

warm lemon water

I’ve been replacing my morning coffee (temporarily) with warm, lemon water. Really easy – warming water inView full post »

new orleans, and a new year

Images from a quick trip to New Orleans we made this past weekend.  It was great to get away, enjoy breakfast inView full post »

a baby shower

A recent baby shower for my cousin. It was my kind of shower – a Sunday afternoon filled with tea, coffee, andView full post »

early film work

As I was digging through my archives recently (trying to organize my files), I ran across these images that I took atView full post »

late fall harvest

I’ve been sick.  And it was not fun.  Needless to say, I will be get my flu shot from now on. The above imagesView full post »

the greenhouse

A few captures from a recent trip to the Fuqua Orchid Center. Don’t get me wrong, I love orchids – but itView full post »

a good weekend

First off, thanks for such a warm response to my book + calendar.  It’s quite humbling to see my work in printView full post »

the colors of the season

The simple joy of bringing the outside, in.  View full post »

scenes from sunday brunch

Scenes from Sunday brunch with a few of my favorite ladies. First time using Portra 160, and the verdicts still out.View full post »