Denver Photographer Gift Guide

Tis the season for gift giving! I thought I would share some simple gift ideas. Whether you are shopping for your family, teachers, friends, neighbors, a new mom, or anyone you want to share the holiday spirit with!    The holiday season goes way beyond gifts. It’s a special time to spend with loved ones. But I think it is a nice gesture to thank people, and let them know you are thinking about them. I love shopping small businesses when I am able. Some that I love:    Chalkfulloflove Chalkfulloflove has adorable hand-lettered goods! Coffee mugs, candles, and


Colorado Staycation | Family Photographer

In this busy season it’s important to take time to slow down. With the hustle and bustle of the upcoming holidays, plenty of family photos, hosting dinners, shopping for gifts, and kids finishing up the semester, it’s easy to get caught up in it all.  One of my favorite ways to “regroup” and refresh with a little R& R is having a “staycation” in our beautiful state of Colorado.    Why a staycation in Colorado?  So many locations in our gorgeous state are within driving distance. We have amazing views and scenery  There are so many outdoor activities, year round! 


Boulder Family Photographer | Fall Traditions

The fall season is filled photographing families, but it also kicks off the most magical time of year. Especially with children. This time of year brings fun activities, yearly traditions, and extra yummy treats.  Fall traditions: Every year we go to the pumpkin patch. The adults enjoy it almost as much as the kids. A favorite of ours is Anderson Farms. There are animals, a corn maze, a tire mountain to climb, a pumpkin cannon, pedal go karts, and a wagon ride to the pumpkin patch! Not to mention, plenty of concessions and food venders. Rock Creek Farm has


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



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.