Browning Kiddos

We laughed, we rolled, we ran, we ate Cheez-its . . . well, maybe not all of us but at least two! The Browning kiddos were a lot of fun, and I couldn’t feel more privileged to capture kids who I have known since they were in their mama’s belly. Julie has been a dear…

Westside Senior Dan Gavin

I had a great time photographing Dan. We walked up and down Main Street in Downtown Lafayette and ducked into alley ways and popped over to side streets, and the whole time he remained calm and up for anything. Dan wore things that were uniquely him. He captured where he’s from and what he’s accomplished…

4 Tips When Photographing Toddlers

Chris & Mary’s Session in West Lafayette I had so much fun photographing Chris, Mary, and their little guy this past weekend. I met Mary many years ago when she was a personal trainer for our business. After working on other endeavors for a while, she came back – this time as a small business…

Sound of West Side Seniors

I teared up watching clumps of Sound of West Side seniors walking toward me at University Farm Park this past Thursday. I’d been asked to take photos for their senior banners for a season unfortunately that had to be canceled. These West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School students have been putting in so much time and…

Alicia’s Headshots

I had so much fun doing headshots for Alicia. I’ve known her for a couple years now, initially as my physical therapist. I had hip surgery last November, but before that I found Alicia (thankfully!) and she helped figure out my problem and get me to the right orthopedic surgeon. When she needed headshots for…

Grizzly 399 & the Fab 4

On our first full day in Grand Teton National Park, we found ourselves in a bear jam that evening. We pulled into a parking lot and found a safe place among park volunteers, long-lens toters, and bear enthusiasts until the elusive grizzly made its way out of the willows. According to a volunteer, the sub-adult…

Sir, You Can’t Have a Dog around a Moose

Some of my friends call me “Ranger Jen.” And I admit I do think I am a park ranger once I enter a National Park. On our annual trip to Rocky Mountain National Park in 2018, I was peacefully watching a moose graze in Sheep Lakes (okay, people who know how geeked out I get…

Sisters with a Surprise

I love walking away from a photo session filled with joy. I usually do. It’s so fun to watch people come to life, to share moments with their families, and celebrate important milestones. I recently had the opportunity to photograph three sisters at Purdue; they were beautiful inside and out.  I first met Olivia when…

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