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The Hartt Family | Boise Family Photographer

I loved getting to know this sweet couple and their fur baby, Tucker, while I was shooting their fall mini session. I just love it when my client’s incorporate their furry kids into their sessions!

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    The Smith Family | Boise Family Photographer

    I love this family to pieces! Lisa and I became friends a few years ago after meeting at the neighborhood park, and the rest is history. Our girls play with each other, our husbands help each other with man-chores (well ok, HER husband helps mine haha!), and we bring each other much needed coffee at...

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      Courtney Class of 2017 | Boise Senior Photographer

      I’ve known this BEAUTIFUL young lady since before she was born <3 Her big sister Nicole was my best friend growing up, and when we were 11, Courtney was born 🙂 I still remember visiting her in the hospital…9th floor at St. Lukes in downtown Boise, and counting how many rolls she had when she...

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        Madeleine’s Birth | Boise Newborn Photographer

        A little over a month ago I had the pleasure of photographing the birth of some dear friend’s new baby, Madeleine Louise <3  I wish I could say I’ve photographed many births, but sadly I haven’t. I’m unable to offer them due to my husband’s work schedule…48 hour shifts at the fire department, and it...

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          Declan is FOUR! | Boise Children’s Photographer

          This sweet boy is four, and he celebrated by taking me on a butterfly hunt with my camera. We searched and searched, until we found one. And then, we found a dragon egg. Or rather, a rock, but he was convinced it was a dragon egg. The imagination of an innocent four year old boy...

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