About

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Hey there! I'm Meg. 

I love capturing REAL, DAY IN AND DAY OUT, MESSY, CRAZY, BEAUTIFUL LIFE

in photographs. 

I love taking photographs. Especially ones that tell my story. My family's story. The story of the world going on around me. I want my kids to remember who they are, and that identity stems from where they came from. I want them to be able to look back on our family photos and FEEL who they are and where they came from. FEEL the memories. I want them to remember their lives and their family and their friends, and me, their mom. 

That's what photos do for me. They make me FEEL the memories. When I look back at our old family albums I am transported back in space and time to the actual moment happening. I know the sights, sounds, and smells. All this from a photograph. 

I want my family to be able to feel their memories this way. 


A true photograph need not be explained, nor can it be contained in words.
— Ansel Adams

I love telling stories about the world around me through my photographs, especially the seemingly mundane daily life of family and love and friends and anything that is real and normal and part of the life we all live. 

Sometimes we forget to let every little memory seep into our souls. 

That's what photos do for me. They make me FEEL the memories. When I look back at our old family albums I am transported back in space and time to the actual moment happening. I know the sights, sounds, and smells. I'm drawn back into the memories. Especially the ones I forget to remember. 

I want my family to be able to FEEL their memories this way. 

And I also want YOU to be able to look back on your story and feel the memories. This is what I do. I help people document their stories. Their memories. Their lives. 

That's my goal. 

To help you see the value of documenting your life. 


To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place... I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.
— Elliot Erwitt

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