One would think after 13 years of being a photographer I would have something "incredible" to say on my "about me" page but here I am. Mind is drawing a major ______________.
Let's start here. I am married to Brian, when we got engaged my friends swore "You two are perfect for each other." I agree. Now, after 2 little girls, many moves, and 16 years of marriage I can tell you I knew it from the beginning. He knew it was meant to be when he first noticed me in my 1958 Rambler. Truth be told, I still drive my classic car all over town in Livingston.
A few more fun facts, I am a Wyoming girl (still) at heart although I live in Montana. I live in Livingston and work in Billings, Bozeman and all over this beautiful state of Montana almost every week. I love podcasts, farm life, being outdoors, cocktails on date nights, and get all gushy at every wedding I photograph. My girls are Calli (tender) and Layla (sassy). Although I am an Eric Clapton fan, Layla was not named after his classic hit. I love to cook. Love food. Love watching documentaries. I will someday go to Grace (hopeful favorite restaurant) in Chicago. My favorite weekday recipe is Jerk Tacos. I have been a nurse for 16 years. I know I just threw you for a loop right there huh? I graduated High School with only 30 people and love the little small town I sprouted from in Wyoming.
Last thing you should know about me is that I love that so many of my clients are now great friends. After so many years behind the camera I still have a burning passion to capture more memories.
I love that my “job” gives me the opportunity to meet new people every day and knock their socks off with darling photos -- lets do that for you!
"Breathe, my friend. You are not old, you are young. You are not a mess, you are normal. Extraordinary, perhaps. In the blink of an eye your life will change. And it will continue to change for decades to come. Enjoy it, embrace it... be grateful for the ride. You are not old, you are young. And Faith will get you everywhere. Just you wait."
- ABBY LARSON