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May 10, 2020

UPDATE May 11: These sessions are fully booked for now. As the economy continues to open and we know that it will remain open, I’ll be releasing more sessions in batches. If you’d like to stay up to date on when sessions released, please join my mailing list. – Kelly What a few months it […]

INTRODUCING: Neighbourhood Short Sessions

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Family, Maternity, Mini Session

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Apr 8, 2020

Ok, so we’re all home and we’re all creating day after day, after day! Crafts and drawing and paper airplanes and paper houses. It’s all great and is keeping us occupied with our kids, but also, it can become OVERWHELMING! If your house is anything like mine, the paper and miscellaneous craft junk is overtaking […]

TIP: What to do with all your kid’s art

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Family, iPhone, Personal

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Feb 27, 2020

When it comes to choosing which family photo session is right for your family, there are a few options and I thought it might be helpful to go into more detail about each option so that you can decide which is the right choice for you. Family Story Photo Session The Family Story Photo Session […]

Family Story Photo Session vs. Half Day In the Life Family Photo Session

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Family

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Feb 13, 2020

Every single year February and March roll around and before I know it, I’m having to think about booking camping sites and summer camps for the kids. It’s hard to do while we’re still in the depths of winter, but the reality is that if you wait too long, the good summer camps for the […]

Kid Summer Camps in Edmonton That We Love

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Family, Personal

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Dec 19, 2019

You’re busy, I get it. So am I. So, today I’m sharing 3 super easy kid-approved Christmas activities that you can with very little prep (I’m talking no extra trip to the store!). This December we’ve been doing a Christmas activity advent calendar. Honestly, I probably took on a bit too much work (classic overcompensation!), […]

3 SUPER easy kid-approved Christmas Activites

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Family

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Sep 24, 2019

“How long will it take you to edit this?” It’s a pretty common question that I get, but….the answer isn’t an easy one. It isn’t easy because every session really is different, but also because, if we’re talking about what goes into a session, it’s so much more than editing. So! I thought it might […]

What goes into an in-home family or newborn session

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Family, For Photographers, Newborn

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Sep 4, 2019

Pumpkin spice lattes are available, mornings are crisp and school is back in (you’d better bet I partied a bit!). You know what’s coming, right? Although the last few days have felt like we might finally get summer in Alberta, fall is just around the corner. Annnnnnnddddd….. It’s time to book your fall family photos. […]

Ack, it’s time to book your fall photos!

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Family

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A little girl licks a baking bowl

Jul 10, 2019

There’s a question that comes up in almost every session I do and it goes something along the lines of, “So, how much do you really edit? Can you take this out or that out?” The thing is…. There’s no straight answer to this question.  Sometimes I edit an image heavily and it takes working […]

But Kelly, how much do you REALLY edit an image?

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Behind The Scenes, Family

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Jun 9, 2019

When I dig back into my memory banks, one of the very first memories I have is of waking up in our old truck camper. It was beige and had a big OK on the front of it (funny what sticks in our memories, right?), and it sat atop our old grey GMC truck that […]

Let’s get outside! Summer Camping Sessions

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Family

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A mother and son stand near a window in their Sherwood Park home.

May 30, 2019

It can be hard. Really hard. To resist the pressure. To not want to be bigger and ‘better’. To not jump on a plane and fly to Iceland because the landscape is amazing and the mist is calling. To not wish for the most beautiful sunset in a flowy wheatfield with a picture-perfect Alberta sky. […]

It’s time for a truth bomb

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Family, Newborn, Storytelling

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