Marketplace Innovations

Meet Heather and Paula, two amazing and driven women who are in the process of starting up a company dedicated to helping small businesses have an impact on their clients through social media.  They also consult on various business matters as well as manage your social media for you if it is simply not your strength!

I had the great pleasure of photographing these ambitious ladies a few weeks ago in Kerry Town during the Ann Arbor’s Saturday Farmers Market.  It was a busy day but thankfully we were able to get some amazing shots away from the crowds and take shelter in Sparrow Produce as well as upstairs in the hallway of some beautiful boutique shops! We also even found a fairy door!

I am super grateful for this colder session not only for the fabulous company that is starting up but also for a new indoor location!  If you are in need of some social media management or just some business consulting, check out their facebook page as their website is currently under construction!

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Calling Seniors for 2014!!!!

It’s hard to believe Spring is upon us already!  Spring means new life, being outdoors and the beginning of one of my favorite parts of my business, senior portraits!!

If you are in the 2014 class than now is the time to start thinking of when you want your senior portraits!  Send me a message if you are interested in setting up a session that you won’t forget!!!

Pure Photography, Purely you!

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Scott and Elana July 28, 2012

 

 

 

 

So as I relaunched my website and blog in November I lost all of my old posts.  I was going to try to salvage them but figured back blogging some key events might be easier.  Not sure which decisions was more simple but here we are nearing the end of the ‘off season’ and I have yet to update both my blog and my taxes from 2012 😉 🙂

On a warm July day of 2012 I was honored to photograph a friend from high school’s wedding.  It was uncanny how much we had in common though she was pursuing the teaching path that I had left for photography.  It made me feel great knowing that there were other ESL teachers out in the world who were reaching the kids that I had such a deep passion for.  Since getting married Elana and her husband Scott have relocated to the great state of Texas for several months only to later move back north to Minnesota!  I hope they are staying warm in this cold, cold winter!

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Wedding: First Presbyterian, Ypsilanti
Reception: Stone Bridge Golf Course