September has slipped away into history already. And another chapter has started, the fourth year of somehow finding ourselves in this rhythm, calling our life of learning- school and because it is mostly together- homeschooling. I’ve shared over coffee with friends my own story of childhood of sunrises and books in the treehouse and tending baby […]

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Though the melodies are different, some serenaded by exhausted whispers, some punctuated by anticipation and celebration, these songs are each made precious, even sacred by the tenderness, vulnerability, and the intimacy. And it is my joy to make them into art. This is a look back on the last few months, just a few of the […]

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Three years ago we were newly six and stepped in front of a dear friend’s lens the same day she happened to find out she was pregnant. The images she made were the essence of our daughter’s dance, the light we knew in each other and the way we were coming together as one. They’re […]

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  • Rebecca - When I saw that first image, I thought it almost looked like Joy’s work — haha! These are such a lovely tribute to the beauty of your family!ReplyCancel

  • Jacqueline - Just so so lovely ❤❤ReplyCancel

  • Shelby Post - Absolutely stunning!! Looks like a dream!ReplyCancel

Sometimes the camera is used for art. To work in the most beautiful of light to create masterpieces of color and texture and motion. But other times, it’s used for history of the heart, to make tangible memories of these early years. Because as parents in a world filled with flashing lights, our hearts long to […]

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