Category Archives: Updates

August Extended Family |Annapolis Family Photographer ….It’s always a great time to get family together for family portraits. Every year families change, new babies arrive, new marriages, new pets… each year families look even more beautiful! It’s really special to get everyone together when its for an Anniversary celebration. Mary and Bruce were celebrating their […]

  • Kate - What a wonderful treasure you’ve given this family! If I lived in Annapolis, you would definitely be my family photographer!ReplyCancel

  • april - Oh my goodness, this is such a cute family. Family photos are so important and you captured this one beautifully! I will certainly recommend you as a photographer to everyone I know near Annapolis.ReplyCancel

  • Lucia Diaz - I am glad to hear Mother Nature was kind to you and this family! The photos came out perfect. I love the smiles and warmth in them!ReplyCancel

  • Nichole Meredith - What a beautiful family session! You’re such a talented Annapolis family photographer! I hope they print these large to display in their homes!ReplyCancel

  • Carlee Secor - Lovely Family! You photographed them so beautifully! Annapolis looks so nice.ReplyCancel

  • Shenida - I love sessions with grandparents. Beautifully done!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Kingsbury - These are such beautiful Annapolis family photos! I love the multiple generations!ReplyCancel

  • Mariana - Awww. What a lovely family! These photos are gorgeous. If I ever need to refer someone to a family photographer in Annapolis, I know whom to recommend!ReplyCancel

  Lately I have been struggling with cell phone usage again. A while back I posted about it here where I started putting down the phone more, and I think I was doing really good at it, but running a business, with a team, and clients, followers, a busy inbox.. sometimes its really hard to […]

  • Anel - All great tips! I have been working on staying off my phone too. I think it’s something we all struggle with. I will check out that app. Thanks for sharingReplyCancel

  • Jenny - Yes! This is definitely something we all can remember and great tips to try and put it down and focus on the present.ReplyCancel

extended nursing If only I can make it until 9 months, that’s how long I made it with her sister, then I will feel like I made, it….. Once we get to 12 months we will surely be done. Well here were are at 15 months and I couldn’t be more proud of myself, and […]

  • Anel Lestage - You are so right Sarah! I have 4 kids and each one has been different, with different needs. I was at different stages of motherhood with each baby. Now that I have a newborn again, I am reminded to listen to my own mother instinct and not the “experts” I think it’s wonderful of you to share your personal experience with your Annapolis clients, not just as a photographer, but as a mother too.ReplyCancel

Kwinny and Mama | Annapolis family Photographer A few weeks back I had the opportunity to meet up with Kristin and Kwinny for a mommy and me session. It was a gorgeous night outside, and the sun was setting just right. Sweet Kwinny is so stinking adorable, and really loves the camera. She is also […]

  • Jenny - I love this mommy &Me session!! How lucky Annapolis is to have you for family photography!ReplyCancel

  • Alyssa Bouma - these are so beautiful! you are a great annapolis family photographerReplyCancel

  • Erin Witt - These are absolutely stunning! She is going to cherish these images. This Annapolis session is just beautiful, nice work!ReplyCancel

  • Tiara Wilson - This is such a sweet mommy & me session. I am loving the lighting in all of these precious images of them bonding. Annapolis is such a lucky city to have you as a family photographer. <3ReplyCancel

  • Emilyanne - What an adorable Mommy + Me Session. I love that Annapolis light, it adds so much to the emotion in these!ReplyCancel

  • Alekandra - What a sweet mommy and me session! Great job!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Durham - Such a beautiful mommy and me session in Annapolis!!! Love that golden field!ReplyCancel

  • Emily Moore - What a beautiful and fun Mommy & Me session!! You captured some wonderful images that I know they are going to cherish forever!! <3ReplyCancel

  • Hilary - The lighting is impeccable and I love the contrast between their white dresses and the green and brown nature around them. I always love mother daughter sessions.ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - Such a fun age to photograph! Love your site and love this session; wonderful Annapolis Family photographer.ReplyCancel

  • Valerie - These are all so gorgeous! You are a wonderful photographer! All of the families in Annapolis are so lucky to have you!ReplyCancel

  • Brittany Slaughter - This Annapolis family session is so dang sweet! That light is absolutely gorgeous and you captured their connection perfectlyReplyCancel

  • jamie - Mommy and me sessions are so adorable! Bookmarking for my family in Annapolis when they look for a family photographer this fall!ReplyCancel

  • amy - Absolutely gorgeous photos. The lighting is spectacular, you did a fantastic job capturing all the love. 🙂 I will definitely keep you in mind for any of my friends looking for an Annapolis family photographer!ReplyCancel

  • Laurie - What a fun switch for this Annapolis photographer to be in front of the camera this time. Sarah Michele – your photos are beautiful and the little girl is adorable.ReplyCancel

Today I am sharing with you all on a topic that some might believe to be too personal, or a bit taboo and that is even more reason why I believe that it should be shared. Before having walked the journey of infertility I really couldn’t say that I understood it very well, or even […]

  • Kristine Davis - This is so well written. Shady Grove is amazing.ReplyCancel

  • Heather - Such a well thought out blog post. It’s great that as an Annapolis newborn photographer you put this out there.ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth - Thank you for sharing your story. So insightful!ReplyCancel

  • Tiara Wilson - This is such a sweet post. I have many family and friends who suffered with infertility. It’s such a hard thing for these family and friends to endure in hopes to maybe be pregnant. I cannot imagine what all these families and friends feel when they do or can’t become pregnant. It’s a rollercoaster of emotions.ReplyCancel

  • Sharee Davenport - Infertility is a topic that people don’t talk about enough, but so many people are affected by it. You are so brave for sharing your journey and I’m sure this is going to touch the hearts of so many others that share the same struggles.ReplyCancel

  • Jiyeon - Thank you so much for sharing this. Infertility is not brought up by people often enough and I am so glad you did!ReplyCancel

  • Liz Cook - Love love love this post. It took us three losses before we were blessed with Brayden. I’m constantly worried about our journey to a second child but ultimately we know there is a bigger plan than the plan we have for ourselves. Love having you as our photographer and sharing this journey of our lives with you!ReplyCancel

    • - Thank you so much, I am honored that you chose me and have allowed me to share in this beautiful part of your lives!ReplyCancel

  • Alice L - Thank you for sharing your story. Infertility is definitely not talked about as much as it should be in this age and day. I hope you know by sharing your story you showed everyone who reads this courage and bravery.ReplyCancel

  • Aryn Baker - Thank you for sharing your infertility journey! I hope with more people doing this, it will become a less taboo topic.ReplyCancel

  • annie - thank you for sharing your story! great info on infertilityReplyCancel

  • Emilyanne - Thank you for sharing so openly and honestly. I cannot even imagine the rollercoaster of emotions that accompany infertility, but I know you are the strongest woman I know for acknowledging it. Thinking of you along this journey.ReplyCancel

  • Autumn - I lost 2 babies due to PCOS and was lucky to have 2 without much intervention but it took 2 years to get pregnant with my first, we were talking with an adoption agency when I found out I was pregnantReplyCancel

    • - Ohhh wow! Thank you for sharing with me, I am so sorry to hear of your loss and struggles with PCOS. So wonderful that you have been blessed with two children babies at home with you!ReplyCancel

  • EJ - We are struggling with infertility. No one ever knows how heartbreaking and devastating it is to really be in it. Good post.ReplyCancel

    • - It is really heartbreaking and it puts strain on so many things… work, marriage, friendships… I pray you find answers and hope through your journey. Email me anytime you need someone to listen!ReplyCancel

  • Emily - Thank you for sharing this. Infertility is something that needs to be talked about more.ReplyCancel

  • Valerie Shannon - Thank you for sharing on such a tough topic. I know a few friends struggling with infertility and it is hard to know what to say.ReplyCancel

  • Becky Ritchey - Thank you for sharing. I’m 63, went through infertility treatment in my early 30s, and still never got pregnant. Friends sympathized and prayed for me, but they were all having babies. I had no one who knew how I felt and there were no books on the subject. (I’m writing a book now.) For those who try and fail to ever have children the pain continues because there are no grandchildren. I’m still seeking answers.ReplyCancel

    • - Ohh Becky-

      Your story hurts my heart for you. I am sorry sweet friend. Please let me know when you are published I would love to check out your resource.ReplyCancel

  • Audrey - Thanks for sharing honestly about your infertility journey. I’m sure there are many who will be encouraged by this!ReplyCancel