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The Open Book Club: What Do You Do During the Week?

This post actually isn’t only for photographers, it’s for anyone who has ever been curious about this question: “What do you do during the week when you’re not shooting a wedding?” I get asked this questions ALL. THE. TIME. Especially since going full time with my photography business earlier this spring, I think people are […]

August 7, 2015

For Photographers, Personal

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The Open Book Club: Managing Your Personal Life & Business

Happy Friday! 2 weeks ago I introduced a new blog series, The Open Book Club – if you missed it, you can catch up HERE! My undergrad degree is in education, so I have a passion for teaching and want to share all that I’ve learned over my past 2 years in business. I reached out on social […]

July 17, 2015

For Photographers

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The Open Book Club { An Introduction }

Hi friends! Happy Wednesday! Tomorrow I’ll be blogging a wedding but today I want to talk to fellow photographers & creatives who are small business owners! I just celebrated 2 years of { officially } being in business – WOOHOO! And it’s got me thinking about how much I’ve learned and how much my business […]

July 1, 2015

For Photographers

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Balancing Your Photography Career With Another Job { and an exciting announcement! }

This post has been on my mind for a longggg time, but it has just never quite seemed like the appropriate time to write it (keep reading to find out why NOW is the right time!). A lot of what you see on my blog are photographs of beautiful weddings, adorable babies & loving families. […]

May 15, 2015

For Photographers, Personal

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Moving Sale!

As many of you know by now, Corey & I are moving to Burlington, VT in just a few short weeks! I feel like being in your 20’s lends itself to moving every couple of years, but I have to say I’m feeling pretty over it! I’m SO excited to be moving in June and hopefully not […]

May 9, 2015

For Photographers, Other

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