Tag Archive: photography

the hill workshops // vermont

last summer i went to vermont to take part in the hill workshops and it was an amazing five days in one of the most spectacular places i’ve been. we slept in rudyard kipling’s old estate… Continue reading

la manzanilla, mexico.

fourteen days in mexico and even after two weeks of turquoise inner-tubes, whales in the bay, fish tacos with avocado, skin that smells like sunscreen, straw hats and hammocks, iguanas falling out of… Continue reading

claire+james // married on a mountain in jackson

i have known and adored claire since she was little–she and my sister were the best of friends growing up and i remember their soccer games and slumber parties and dance performances in… Continue reading

beth+jason // married at the mt. hood bed & breakfast

these two. married at the mt. hood bed and breakfast with blue skies and views of the mountain. later on in evening, the moon hung low in the sky, and the crowd celebrated… Continue reading

endings and beginnings.

what we call the beginning is often the end. and to make an end is to make a beginning. the end is where we start from. (t.s. eliot) here is to the end… Continue reading

the millimans // seattle

the beach. the summer. the city. the water. a blanket. some sun and the these three. i kinda couldn’t love them more.

yellowstone // wyoming

end of the summer road trip with a car full of sleeping bags and flashlights and maps. a car rack packed with an old tent and a box of camping dishes from the… Continue reading


fourteen years ago, my parents bought a cabin on lake pend orielle. over the past decade they have made changes to the little house: they hung photographs on the walls and put in… Continue reading


These five are some of my favorite Idahoians. They live in a house on the lake, from their front door they have a view of Schweitzer, and at night they watch bats fly… Continue reading


We met Bill, Bob, Dominic and Jack about ten years ago when we moved into the hood. They live up the block from us and they surround themselves with rooftop gardens, bike sheds,… Continue reading