Photo Highlights of Meyer Graduation Session

It is funny. One of the things I love the most about photography is the ability to tell someones story from my perspective. All the attention to details, lighting, pulling out who someone is – all within the span of an hour. Maybe 90 minutes.

With that though comes a great sense of nervousness. At least with me, because a part of being a photographer is putting my emotions into my work and then sharing with all the world to see. Don’t get me wrong. I love it. That’s why I do it. But I’d be lying if I didn’t say every time I share a photo, I take a little breath and say, “Here I go”.

Realness of Life


Those of you who know me, know I am not afraid to share the “realness” of life. When you love something as much as I do – it’s hard not to be just a little nervous. Which is fine. That means what you’re doing matters. It means that you love what you’re doing. It means that you’re conscientious, and want to do a good job. It means you’re human. And I think we need a lot more of us to admit that we are human.

So, I hope they ooohhh and aaaahhh as much as I did and will share it with their family and friends!

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At 50 years old I was diagnosed with Triple Negative Breast Cancer. I am currently NED (no evidence of disease), and trying to spend every day reviewing the world through the new lens I wear as a breast cancer survivor.


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