From the light rains of spring, to bright sunlit summer-drenched beaches, through the early-darkening of fall, and on to the crispness of winter; this year has been beyond spectacular!  Thank you, to each and every one of you who supports me and makes all of my days at work absolutely enjoyable.

Erika has joined the team at Real Estate One in Traverse City.  I wish her the best on this new business adventure.  I’m certain she’s going to be a great local realtor!  Everybody pease give her a warm welcome!!

What’s better than a pretty young lady, a beach, a killer sunset, oh, and a horse?  How about . . . not one thing!  This sitting was so much fun!  I could have stayed for hours longer but when the sun is gone, it’s gone.  Baille was joined by her Mom (a.k.a. the horse wrangler) and her Grandma and Grandpa (a.k.a. the horse chauffeur) for her senior photos at beautiful Empire beach.  Did you know you can ride a horse on the beach in Empire?  Me neither.  But we asked the local people in charge and it is a thing.


Powell and Kimberly are realtors with Venture Properties in the Leelanau and Grand Traverse regions that needed some updated environmental head shots for their business cards and web collateral.


Sarah asked, I said yes.  I had no idea what I was getting into, I suppose neither did she, since we pretty much used the whole day.  And it was a day of many laughs, much goofiness, and some seagull bombings.  I got to play with some of my new studio things and ideas and then we progressed to a dark alleyway downtown.  Siri Salonen from Siri Salonen Photography came downtown to hang with us, too.  It’s so rare that I get to go play with other photographers, but when I do it reminds me how much I love this community of creative people around here.  So supportive!  So much fun!  And just really great people!