Category Archives: Personal


M+J // Mamiya 645 // Ilford HP5+ 400 One of my personal goals this year was to shoot more film, and develop at home.  I converted our tiny bathroom into a developing room last night and was successful with my first roll!  Don’t be surprised if I’m lugging my Mamiya to more shoots this year….

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I signed up for Photo Field Trip a few months ago with hopes of creative rejuvenation, new friendships, and a fresh learning opportunity.  It was designed to be an alternative experience, and I wanted a place to refresh myself before wedding season begins. I found all of the above and so much more. Photo Field […]

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Brendan and I had the pleasure of accompanying my family in St. Lucia a couple weeks ago.  It’s my fourth time to the island, the last trip being extremely sentimental (we got engaged!).  We normally like to adventure and explore when we go on vacation; however, this trip was filled with laying on the beach, […]

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I’ve had this film sitting on my shelf for MONTHS!  I’m primarily a digital shooter, but occasionally I’ll whip out my film cameras for fun.  The color images were taken with my Mamiya 645 on 120 expired film.  It was cross-processed at Indie Film lab, which is why the colors are a tad funky.  Most of […]

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We are always excited to visit family and friends in Michigan, but it’s always a stark surprise when your skin hits that wintery cold windchill.  Last year we didn’t see much snow over the holidays, but this year, we saw several feet of snow dump on Muskegon. It was beautiful. We took Poa to the […]

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  • Abbi - Looks like you guys had a great time in Michigan. I love the photos and the quiet moments you captured of your family. Happy New Year to you guys! I can’t wait to see all the amazing images you will take in the year to come :)ReplyCancel

  • Steph - Love these, Megan. So much.ReplyCancel

  • jenna - your gramps is the cutest. that shot of him with the binoculars…looks like a frame from a Wed Anderson movie. i love it. so many good shots of you and brendan too. glad you guys are healthy and had fun!ReplyCancel

  • maria ciccone - We have got to try that recipe – sure to be an impressed audience at our house with the flames!ReplyCancel

  • Faith - Ohhhh those “beach” photos are gorgeous! So fun!ReplyCancel

  • Caroline - Loving these – looks the light is pretty great up there. Hope all is well!ReplyCancel