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I literally have about 200 blog posts in queue. And while I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions,  I will say that I have a goal of cranking out 2 or 3 posts a week once things slow down a bit, which should be around the first of the year–so I guess I’m resolved.   Today, however I’m skipping ahead 199 posts to get this one out because the subject matter moves me.  On top of photographing the words cutest twins, Rory and Redding (I mean, seriously), the shoot itself felt authentic as a capture of a day in the life of a little Denver family around the holidays.  Christmas cookies, the tree, cold weather, woodland creature sweatpants– I wish I would have had these fleeting Christmas seasons captured more in my own life, and plan to do so in the future.  I’m a sentimental, Christmas sap and there’s something so magical about the month of December.  Alas, it’s gone until the following Christmas when the kids are an entire year older–and what a difference a year can make…  Do yourself a favor and skip the samey-samey “fall colors” family portrait next year and instead, capture some real-life magic.




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Let me just start by saying that Sara and Kenny opened the can of worms, so to speak, of me re-entering the world of wedding photography.  I was done.  I had sworn off shooting weddings for eternity (okay, maybe a little dramatic here).  But then Sara got engaged, and obviously I had to make an exception.  Sara is like family.  Her sister Caitlin is my “soul sister”. Caitlin was my personal assistant for 3 full years–doing everything from running errands, to editing weddings, to shooting along side of me through many a tough gig.  . I LOVE HER.  And I LOVE HER SISTER.  Sara is the yin to Caitlin’s yang.  She’s the best sister and friend that Caitlin could have ever asked for.  Sensitive, sweet, thoughtful, I want to adopt her.  And then, there is Kenny.  Wow–Kenny might genuinely be one of the kindest most honest man I have ever met. This is not hyperbole.  He is an incredible man (not bad on the eyes, either). He is an insanely talented musician and the front man of Natural Geometry (he even laid down some tracks on the day of the wedding–see below).

I watch Kenny and Sara and all of their family and friends and I yearn to know them more.  Their vivacity is contagious, and their loyalty, fierce. I am so honored that I got to be a part of this perfect union and beautiful wedding day.


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  • Judy Gee - October 19, 2016 - 2:48 PM

    These are absolutely wonderful pictures. It makes me feel as if I were there but I wasn’t. I wish it was a video.
    I got to see my nieces, nephews, great nieces and the Bride and Groom and I love them all so much but I never get to see them. That’s a shame.
    Sara and Kenny I wish you all of the happiness in the world because you deserve it.

    Aunt JudyReplyCancel

  • Sonja - October 19, 2016 - 8:41 PM

    Amazing Julie! You have such a talent for showing the emotion and spirit of the day! So beautiful and REAL! 🙂 That T-Rex though… hahaha! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Sara - October 19, 2016 - 10:51 PM

    Thank you for capturing the happiest day & night ever! You are amazing!ReplyCancel