Boulder Senior Portraits

While the views in Colorado never get old, sometimes we take them for granted. We get so used to looking out and seeing the Rocky Mountains. There are certain things that we become accustomed to while growing up. We often don’t realize the impact until it’s too late. Senior year is a fleeting moment, but it’s a special one.  Senior photos are a way of capturing a moment in time. Freezing the moment between childhood and adulthood. Seniors are almost caught between two worlds. Pushing the boundaries of being an adult, while enjoying the comforts of being a kid, just


Boulder Flatirons | What to Wear for Fall Photos

“Life starts over again when it gets crisp in the Fall.” – F Scott Fitzgerald.  At the risk of sounding completely cliche, Fall is such a special time. The days get cooler, the drinks get warmer, and the leaves are magical. Autumn is a perfect time to take family photos. Here in Colorado We have gold aspens and majestic mountains, and pink sunsets.   Fall fashion is so rich and textured, it’s perfect for your family session. Think jewel, berry and rust tones. Knit, corduroy, and layers. It’s begging to be photographed. Tips for styling your Fall Family session:  Coordinate outfits,


Denver Motherhood Mini | Introduction

Hey there, I’m Jessica. Mom to James and Chloe. Wife to Mr. Hardman. I’m local to Colorado so that means I have the most gorgeous hikes at my fingertips! Not to mention endless patios and breweries. Plenty of sunshine; and views of mountains surround me. How lucky am I? I adore traveling and seeing new places, but the truth is I am a homebody. Do you blame me? I married my high school sweetheart. When people hear how long we’ve been together they think I’m joking. And honestly, it sounds a little crazy when I say it out loud! He

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Three Tips for Amazing Family Photos

Three tips for amazing family photos from a Boulder family photographer. 1. Use the styling tool provided by your photographer to help you select outfits in colors and styles that you love and photograph well. 2. Trust your photographer with details like location suggestions, session time, and their creative eye! Giving them a little more freedom will result in their very best work. 3. During the session relax and stay present with your family! If the photographer needs you to stand or look a certain way they will direct you. Otherwise don’t worry about looking toward the camera. Enjoy the



Hello, I am Julie. Wife, mom of two boys, photographer, adventurer and coffee lover. I live in Colorado and never run out of places to hike, explore, and play with my family. Some of our most recent adventures include white water rafting, tent camping, and exploring Rocky Mountain National Park.