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I am a Columbus based photographer and welcome to my blog.

I love to photograph babies in the tummy, babies out of the tummy, kids being good, kids being bad, kids with special needs, kids with fur, couples in love, families being themselves and seniors in between text messages :)

I have a fun and carefree style that I think you will be very comfortable with. Of course I love to take the classic picture where everyone is looking at the camera with a perfect smile but what I really love to catch is the real "in between" moments. The candid moments that you will cherish forever.

This is my photo blog where I will share favorite images from recent sessions and blab about my interests and family.

Thanks for visiting my site and taking a look. I really appreciate it. 

with a heavy heart…

One year after the doctors predicted, Matthew lost his battle with cancer today.

I can’t even begin to sort out why things like this happen, but I will tell you this, I have never witnessed a family handle such unimaginable pain with the amount courage and grace that Jen and Jeremie have. The two sessions I had with them will probably be the most meaningful sessions in my career on so many levels. Matthew’s story has changed and touched the lives of so many people. I am so privileged to be one of them.

I will always remember him with his cute little sideways glance and closed mouth smirk with dimples….img_0438blog

February 11, 2011 - 5:02 pm Christine - I was just looking over your beautiful photos again and this one stopped me. Working where I do, whenever you see a child suffer, you are left always with the same question, "Why a little one?" I pray for this family and can only imagine how thankful they must be for your photos of their beautiful son.

February 3, 2011 - 11:47 am Sampson - The poor little thing. My heart goes out to the family. What greater gift can a family have, then beautiful images of their child. Photographers take pictures without even realizing the impact or the importance of them until something like this happens. Makes this job all the more document.

January 30, 2011 - 4:26 am Liesbeth Parlevliet - It's totally unfair that children have to go through this. Being the mom of a severe chronically ill child, I know how hard it is to see your child suffer. It should be forbidden. But you know Cathy thanks to you, they have such beautiful photos that will help remember him. They will hold onto those forever, I'm sure.

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