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Alaina Johnson

There are so many wonderful things I could say about Alaina! She’s sweet, joyful, kind and a senior at Tualatin High School!  We enjoyed walking around The Pearl in Portland, Oregon.  This area of downtown Portland has several different backdrops to work with including industrial, nature, a pond, brick windows and cool walls!  Alaina brought

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Heather Rosin

Heather Rosin is a senior at Tualatin High School and was one of my senior representatives this year!   I was SO happy to have her on the team because she is such a ray of sunshine and literally one of the funniest humans I know.  She brought her sister Hadley on the shoot who

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Joel + Molly Roloff Farm Wedding

Joel + Molly tied the knot on August 5th, 2017 at Molly’s childhood farm. Their ceremony took place in the forest, a place that Joel and Molly loved to spend time in while they were dating. This couple wanted their wedding to be one where all their guests not only felt welcomed but also valued,

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Not Perfect Linen

Several months ago I was able to partner with a fashion line called Not Perfect Linen. This company believes that the true beauty of linen is that it’s not perfect, hence the name! Not only do I love the pieces that were sent to me, but I also love the deeper meaning behind the line

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Jacob + Chloe Multnomah Falls Oregon Elopement

After finding my account on Instagram, Jacob and Chloe reached out to see if I’d be interested in photographing their Multnomah Falls elopement. As a true north westerner, I love photographing couples with waterfalls, forests and beautiful views. It’s for these reasons that I find so much joy in photographing elopements and also why I

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Conrado

I recently had the opportunity to partner with Shop Conrado, an ethical fashion line with some of the hottest trends. “Ethical fashion” might be a new term to you, but it’s simply an umbrella term to communicate that the people who made the clothes were treated with value, and were not harmed or unfairly treated.

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