Talori’s St. Anthony Main senior photography session was so magical! We weren’t quite sure if the weather would hold out but thankfully it did and we ended up having a perfect evening!
As a senior at Burnsville High School, Talori is a triple-star athlete. And when I mean she’s a star I mean it! Talori just picked up soccer this year and made the Varsity team. I played soccer back in my youth and believe you me, making Varsity is no small feat (feet? Pun!)
Lauryn’s senior session was a very meaningful session for me and it marks how far I’ve come in my journey as a photographer. Five years ago, I got an email from a girl named Lexi who was responding to a model call I placed seeking a senior who would let me practice taking her portrait in return for free senior photos. Lexi is Lauryn’s oldest sibling.
Madison’s Bruentrup Heritage Farm senior photography session was so much fun! Even though it was about 1000 degrees outside (an over exaggeration I’ll admit) Madison had the cool and collected energy of a seasoned professional model.
I 100% loved this session! Not only did I get to hang out with Macy, who is objectively one of the nicest girls I’ve ever met, but I also got to hang out with her little sister, Madie, who is a former dance student of mine.
Macy, Madie, and I met at a secret location just north of Stillwater, MN on the St. Croix river. This spot was a gem and I can’t wait to take others there! We dipped our toes in the water, climbed some rocks, played in the sand, and had a marvelous time together.
Carolyn’s Como Conservatory/Bruentrup Heritage Farm senior photography session was one for the books! Not only was Carolyn a pleasure to work with but the locations we went to were drop dead gorgeous, too. Seriously, if you have a chance to visit either location you absolutely should!
When Madison and her mother asked me to take Madison’s senior photos I was beyond thrilled! It had been a few years since I last saw her – Madison had been one of my dance students before she took a hiatus from studio dancing. So I jumped at the opportunity to take her senior photos and catch up with her.
We met on a sticky summer evening at the Mill City Ruins but you wouldn’t even know it was muggy out by looking at her. Madison was (and is) as cool as a cucumber. She is seriously one of those girls who is just radiates coolness.
The bond between cousins is a very unique, special thing. This week I have the privilege of photographing Livia and Allison, cousins who are as close as siblings. This is my third time photographing Livia and my first time photographing her cousin, Allison.
There was a chunk of time in our wedding planning when we thought we'd go without a professional photographer to save on cost (terrible idea!) but once we met with Lauren, we knew we'd be in good hands. She checked in often and asked questions that got us thinking about other parts of the wedding that we probably would've missed. Lauren captured exactly who we are as a couple!
Lauren and her team are so much fun to work with! She made us feel so comfortable on the day of our wedding, providing both silly and helpful cues to help us relax and be ourselves in our photos. Lauren’s background in dance is super helpful in recognizing simple posture changes that make a big difference, too. Oh, and the photos we got are just stunning!
My husband and I looked FOR MONTHS to find the perfect photographer and after meeting Lauren we knew was the best fit for us. She made our day so much fun and easy. She found little opportunities to make the perfect photo all with a calm ease that comes from someone who has an artistic eye along with experience in understanding the flow of a wedding.
I've been in several weddings and have worked with a multitude of photographers and I never felt as confident as I did with Lauren. I love how professional she is. She helped with the timeline way in advance and we stuck to that timeline the day of. She was also able to professionally and firmly keep unruly family members settled and focused and navigated family drama beautifully!