fidelis studio | holiday card mini-sessions
Kristen and I announced our holiday card mini-session dates and details today. These 15 minute sessions are designed for clients who want a few fresh images without the cost of a full session. You’ll find
joining fidelis studio
I’m thrilled to finally announce here that I will be officially joining my sister, Kristen, working as a photographer at Fidelis Studio. For years, I’ve listened to Kristen and Tim share their ideas and vision and
simple tips for photographing children with Kaylan Buteyn
I’d like to introduce another gifted sponsor, Kaylan Buteyn, an artist, and the former writer and photographer behind  the The Emerald Homestead and Kaylan Buteyn Photography. Today, she’s sharing a few tips for photographing children with us. Welcome,
three minutes with Olive
  While I have millions (I’m sure) of pictures of my children and even several letters and stories about them, I have very little video — very little of their perspectives, like/dislikes, voices. So this
{this moment}: Olive’s first haircut
  {this moment}: A Friday ritual. A single photo capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor, and remember. (inspired by soulemama)
little words
This one is for the lot of you who so patiently keep returning here to our poor, neglected blog. Yes, you, who regularly request by email, by phone, or in passing conversation for more, more,
happy birthday olive kay douglass.
olive kay douglass march 4, 2009 10:52 am 6 lbs  2 0z       18 1/2 in Last summer we found out that you, Olive, would be in our family. Since then the five of us have loved you, waiting
little words
  I remember as a child and teenager hearing, “why are you so eager to grow up? What’s the rush?” Even as a little person, I idealized the future. Certainly, the mystery of the unknown,