I love it when I'm able to get a few different looks out of the same locations. Nature, industrial, and even spring blooms. These two were so fun to work with, and Luckily Andrew didn't mind me shoving shoes and bunch up coats underneath him so that picture laying on the grass would look effortless. … Continue reading Avery + Andrew | Logan Canyon Engagements
In my opinion cakes from a box-mix aren't worth the calories. Making a cake from scratch is often a production full of tedious annoyances. So I have devised a method and a recipe with the goal of making a tasty moist cake, with a little less hassle. It's still a production. But this attractive cake … Continue reading The Least Annoying German Chocolate Cake
So when clients put me in charge of picking locations, I may have a little trouble committing to one. The thing is – different spots just look different on different days, so it's not uncommon for me to drop a GPS pin for my couples just 20 minutes before we get started. My fickleness is probably pretty unsettling, but … Continue reading I’m Calling an Audible 🏈 Jenna + Jordan | A Cache Valley Formal Session
From a young age I was taught that judging others was wrong. I was either braced against a desk in elementary or squirming in a bright orange chair in Sunday School. I was told that it wasn't nice. I was instructed to put myself in the shoes of others. In convincing me that passing judgment was wrong, a subtle notion was constructed, the thought that judging is something I shouldn't do, despite how fun it can be.
It's kinda fun to show up to a wedding without having a chance to meet the couple first. They pop out of the temple I snap some pictures, and then say "Hi, I'm Wyatt. I'm gonna be your photographer today." Then I proceed to start bossing their family around to get group photos taken care … Continue reading Harper + Kyle |Logan, Utah Wedding
I've done my fair share of Video interviews. But I'd thought it would be fun to take my friend Meg and plunk her down in front of a camera and make her tell me all about her recent internship in DC. From there I sculpted a few of her comments into minute video focusing on … Continue reading An Interview With Meg
I'm so happy we got this session in before Logan was hit with this early March snow. Raegan was my neighbor a few years ago, and I'm so happy she found Kody....and selfishly I'm even happier that she picked me to be their photographer.
Why muffins... Making someone breakfast is a great way to let some human know you care about them. If you want them to know you care without forking over bacon – may I suggest this tasty muffin recipe. People will be so grateful for it they won't even notice that you're pushing them out the door so … Continue reading Super Simple Blended Oatmeal Spice Muffins
If you've been wondering why the hell I've been making cooking videos, this post has got your answers.
There are plenty of good pizza places here in Logan, Utah, but most of the time I prefer to make my own. Normally when I make pizza – it's for a crowd - and with a recipe that requires that I start the dough at least 24 hrs in advance. But, sometimes I want to … Continue reading Easy, crisp, cast iron pizza crust
Hello... I've been trying to figure out my place in the photography world for a little bit. Utah is saturated market everyone has friend or sister who's a photographer. Massive choice and competitive price equal capitalism at it's finest. Which is great for the consumer but it makes things a little tricky for me. I … Continue reading The goal is timeless photos from affordable sessions that aren’t a pain in the rear.
A few weeks ago, I found myself back in a classroom listening to teacher introduce the subject of my master's degree. This is how I got there... 1. Better Now Than Later My earliest impression of graduate school comes from the television sitcom "Home Improvement". Jill spends the better part of a season complaining about going … Continue reading 6 Reasons I’m Giving Grad School a Shot