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My dear 2020 clients, you will always hold a special place in my heart. I cannot thank you enough for trusting me with your time and memories in this strange year. Not only has capturing your smiles brought me joy, but you've helped keep my little business alive. For that I am beyond grateful.

As a thank you, and to celebrate Small Business Saturday, I am offering 20% off all standard and fine art prints through Monday, Nov 30th. Just log into your gallery, choose the images you wish to print, and apply the code LEAHBGIVESTHANKS at checkout. Photos make wonderful holiday gifts!

There are also lots of non-monetary ways to show your support for my small business and all the other businesses in your area and beyond. We are more than thankful for every like, share, tag, and recommendation. It's how our businesses grow. I'll admit I've been lax at posting to my own page (because 2020!) but please follow along this December as I share some of my favorites moments together.

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In the interest of keeping your family and mine safe, I have instituted a few new policies

  • No symptoms of sickness. If I or anyone in my household is sick within a 14 day span of your session we will reschedule. I ask the same of you. I will be extremely flexible with any rescheduling needs.

  • At least six feet of distance at all times. I will be using a longer focal length lens for my sessions this year. This means I can be farther away, but still capture intimate family moments.

  • No pets at this time

  • Touch-free payment

  • I will be wearing a mask. Obviously, I cannot ask you and your family to wear a mask for your session (although one shot with everyone doing so may be a fun marker of the times), but I will be sure to have one on myself.

  • Only one family per day. I will only meet with one family in a day. That means I will not have any mini-session events this year. However, for the first time, I am offering personal mini sessions. Contact me at for more information.

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At the start of our quarantine, I decided to capture a photo-a-day to document our life at home together. 100 days later and I have quite a collection! There were plenty of hard times these last few months, but also some really special moments. In our house, there have been a lot of tears, a lot of biking, a lot of hard conversions about race and our privileged place in the world, a lot of brother-bonding, a lot of fear and uncertainty, and a whole lot of Legos. It hasn't always been easy, but together, as a family, we've done our best to smile through it all.

And while I most definitely want to remember all these smiles in our personal life, I also want to hold onto the fact that 2020 is heavy. I read this quote a few weeks ago and it's really stuck with me:

"What is 2020 isn't canceled? What if 2020 is the year we've been waiting for? A year so uncomfortable, so painful, so scary, so raw - that is finally forces us to grow. A year that screams so loud, finally awakening us form our ignorant slumber. I year we finally accept the need to change. Declare Change. Work for change. Become the change. I year we finally band together, instead of pushing each other further apart. 2020 isn't cancelled, but rather, the most important year of them all". -Leslie Dwight

I hope beyond hope that in some time, we'll look back and appreciate how these difficult times changed our perspective on the world.

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