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THAT'S ME!

Likes photography, art history, lazy sunday mornings and to-do lists.

Turn-offs include bad tippers, know-it-alls and microwave meat.

Misses her mom and dad, anything made with wheat and two-dollar movie theaters.

Wants to find the perfect ratio of travel and responsibility.

Category Archives: Everyday

HOMETOWN HOMECOMING

MONCLOVA, OHIO Stopped by my cousin’s house just in time to catch him prepping for his freshman year homecoming at Central Catholic High School in Toledo, OH. Here’s a look into the Saturday night of fifteen year-olds adorned in boutonnieres and button downs.

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HOME

TOLEDO, OHIO I’ve never photographed the house I grew up in until this weekend. On a trip home for the memorial day holiday, I pulled out the camera and shot the exterior of the house my family has owned since 1982. My brother and I were raised here. I learned to play basketball in the...

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MOTHERS

TOLEDO, OHIO Just a quick note to say thank you to moms everywhere for making this world a better place.

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CONVERSE KINDA DAY

SANTA MONICA, CA

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LIGHT READING

SANTA MONICA, CA Just thought this was a cool building all light up at night. I’d want to hang out there.

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MONDAY NIGHT AT AAHS!

WEST LA, CA It was just another normal, quiet, calm Monday night here in Los Angeles. Dave is quite the trooper to put up with my random whims. Who doesn’t need over-sized glasses, fake mustaches and a wall of stuffed animals? It almost felt as good as Halloween.

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RAINY DAY LA

BRENTWOOD, CA Saturday in LA felt more like Seattle than So-Cal. Here’s my attempt to try and make something bright out of the gloomy day.

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SIXTEEN SIXTY-SIX

LOS FELIZ, CA A quick five minute break during a morning brunch among friends.

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PHOTOS IN EVERYDAY PLACES

HERMOSA BEACH, CA Took the camera along while the favorite boy got a haircut from a new girl. It was quite the transition for the boy, so of course the moment had to be properly captured. I hope I made his mom proud.

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