Family photography mentoring is now available!
I am so so so excited for today.
For a couple years now I have been contacted time and time again asking if I would be willing to offer teaching services or mentoring other photographers. I’ve toyed with the idea but really needed to make sure that I was going to do it in a way that I thought was beneficial to not only to the photography industry but that worked well for our family. There are quite literally thousands of people you can learn from in this industry and I wanted to make sure that if I was going to become an educator that what I would be bringing to the table was innovative, different and important.
A lot of you know we became a part of the company SeneGence last December, and through this incredible opportunity I have become an educator in business and I have loved it. More than ever it has encouraged me that offering mentoring to other photographers was something that our photography business was ready for !
Can’t wait to see what exciting adventures this new sector of our business holds!
Click HERE to learn more about our mentoring options!
Where, oh where, has summer gone? I feel like yesterday was Eisley’s last day of preschool and no here we are facing down the end of the busiest summer of our lives, for sure. I suppose one benefit of Andrew and I running our businesses together though is that there are still plenty of opportunities for road trips and adventures even when summer ends.
Miracles are real <3
” Today Evie Mae will be going through a multiorgan transplant. She will be getting a new Liver, Pancreas, and Small Bowel. We have tried to keep everyone updated but the last 5 days have been a complete whirlwind. First we were told Evie had a blockage and would be in Omaha until a liver became available. We were then told her cancer had spread 3x the size in the last month and would have to be shrunk with chemotherapy before a transplant would be considered. After that GOD ANSWERED OUR PRAYERS. Just 20 minutes before chemotherapy was scheduled to begin Taylor got a call that would give Evie the best odds of beating this disgusting Cancer. A MIRACLE. The team of surgeons will perform an extensive transplant to replace and take out all cancer infected organs. Please pray for strength for Evie and our family as it will be a very long road to recovery for miss Evie. Please also take the time to pray for the family who’s child. We will forever be thankful for their Angel.