Project 365 :: January

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Month 1 of my Project 365 is complete!  This is a personal project where I’ve committed to taking one photo, every day, all year long.  Anything goes with these photos & creativity is key, so the subjects range from people, to places, to things and from the traditional to the avant-garde.  If you are interested in seeing what I’ve been up to this past month, click on the image above or go to my personal photography blog at

Sneak Peek :: Meaghan & Andy

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This past weekend I photographed Meaghan & Andy for their engagement session.  Aren’t they adorable?  These two lovebirds will be getting married on June 9th at the Stonebrook Manor Event Center and Gardens in Thornton.  I’ll be photographing their wedding as well, and I just know it will be a gorgeous event!

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Project 365 (version 2.018)


Happy New Year!!

To kick off 2018 I’m taking on a personal Project 365 photography challenge, wherein I’ll be taking one photo, every day, all year long and posting it online. It’s been 5 years since my last Project 365 and I’m looking forward the challenge once again. This project is all about creativity & letting go of boundaries, so anything goes – I’ll be photographing people, places, objects, nature & even my everyday life.  Needless to say, some days will be diamonds and others will be dust, but I will faithfully post it all online!

Care to follow along? Simply click on the image above and you’ll be taken to my personal Project 365 blog page.  From there, click the ‘Follow’ button on the right or bottom of the screen.  NOTE:  My personal Project 365 blog is separate from this Studio B Photography blog, so you’ll need to follow that other blog page separately if you want see what I’m up to all year!

Let the journey begin!

30 Days of Tiny Gratitudes

30 Days of Gratitude Grid

This November I took the ’30 Days of Tiny Gratitudes’ challenge to find ONE word every day for something I am a grateful for.  If you’ve never taken on a ‘thankfulness’ challenge like this, I encourage you to do so.  It is a wonderful way to reflect on everything that is good in your life – from tiny pleasures to monumental blessings.  There is so much to be thankful for…

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Sneak Peek :: Olive


Meet Olive.  I knew from the moment I met her this girl was going to be a joy to photograph.  A theater diva from Ralston Valley High School with a head full of wild curls and a bubbly, spunky personality to match, the Arts District on Santa Fe was the perfect place to showcase this girl’s dramatic side.  The colorful street art & gritty urban vibe was the perfect foil for Olive’s animated personality & spirited style, proving that truly all the world’s a stage! Continue reading

Sneak Peek :: Lathram Family


FALL IS FOR FAMILIES and it was wonderful to kick off the fall photo season with my longtime clients, the Lathram family! I first met the Lathrams back in 2013 when I photographed their daughters as part of a school fundraiser. So much has changed since then, and it’s been wonderful to watch their as their kids have grown! Even though this beautiful family now lives in Vail, they made the trek down to Denver just to have their portraits taken. I love their commitment to ensuring the photographic legacy of their family!

Sneak Peek :: Ben


Meet Ben.  Ben is a senior at the Denver School of Science & Technology who has his sights set on studying business at Wesleyan University in Connecticut next year.  I first met Ben a year ago when I photographed his family for a holiday session last November.  I love seeing my clients year-to-year and watching how much changes.  I’ve watched babies grow into children, children into adolescents, and adolescents into young adults.  It never ceases to amaze me how much can change in so little time.


“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.”  – Karl Lagerfield

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Sneak Peek :: Ryan

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Meet Ryan.  My first introduction to Ryan was through an email his mother sent me stating that Ryan was a ‘reluctant young man’ when it came to senior portraits.  I laughed at loud at that description because it honestly encapsulates a good 75% of all high school senior guys.  While girls are typically over the moon at the chance to have their portraits taken professionally, most guys simply don’t care all that much.  No worries, I’ve worked with many young men such as Ryan in the past and I love watching how their initial hesitancy turns into relaxation (and even pleasure!) at having their photograph taken.  I think that’s because I keep my sessions so laid back and pressure free.  Any worries about having to ‘perform’ or be ‘stiff and cheesy’ simply melt away.

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