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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. 

RANDOM | easter and baseball

We had a packed weekend. 

Every year my parents put together a super duper fun Easter egg hunt for the kids. My kids talk about it year round. It helps that their yard is amazing and that they fill the eggs with money, lol.

img_6964This picture doesn’t do it justice. I was so lucky to have this yard as a kid – it wraps ALL the way around the house – this is just the back. My dad would be mowing and sawing every weekend. Now that I’m a big girl, with kids, and a husband that mows – all I can say is wow. This was probably a 4 hour a week job for him. Maybe 10. 

img_6965Here he is looking for eggs yet to be found. This is so him. Arms behind his back – pants pulled nice and high. Many jokes have been made about this. Every single one of us – grandchildren included now –  are guilty of pulling our pants as high as we can (usually elastic pajama bottoms) and saying, “Who am I?”. Love you Dad:)


img_7042-copyThis is for my brother. I understand the meaning of “man’s best friend” when it comes to his dog. Max. Who is FIXATED on him like a border collie to a sheep. 

img_7081-copyGuess what started this weekend?

img_7071-copyIf you would have told me 4 years ago that my son loved baseball, and was pretty good at it, and that I was going to put him on a travel team that was expensivish and consume about  20 hours of our week – I would have laughed at you.

img_7055-copyHe loves 3rd and he loves catching. He got to play both this weekend and made really great plays playing both. After playing for 6 hours in a double header he came home and threw against his bounceback and batted to himself until it was dark. So that means he played nonstop for approx. 12 hours.

img_7100-copyOne of his best friends since Kindergarten. I could get really sentimental on this one but I’ll spare you. Maybe later.

November 2, 2009 - 4:29 pm bob ellis - i love the picture of Max thanks Cathy you rock!!!

May 28, 2009 - 10:53 am Tina - He not only loves catching, he's really good at it. Which makes my husband sad he doesn't have him any more and means my son has to catch now. He's doing well, but we miss him. And you. And the family.

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