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But I never set out to be a photographer. I was (and still am!) going to be a writer. And then as I worked toward that writing goal, someone put a camera in my hand and asked me to try telling stories with something besides words. So with an English nerd's love for character and tone, a romantic's love for poignant beauty, and a realist's love for imperfection, I dove in.

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That was back in 2010.

Since that time, photography has changed much of my life. It's brought me some of my dearest friends. It's reshaped the way my husband Danny and I view serving others. It has even literally taken me around the world. One thing that hasn't changed: my soul-stirring desire to tell stories that feel so real you're sure you knew them before you heard them. Or saw them. It's my privilege to tell those stories for my clients, and for the generations of their families still to come.

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Fall in France

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

This month was one we’d been looking forward to all year — because, after years and years of daydreaming about a trip to France together, it finally happened. It was wonderful.

An apartment in Saint-Germain served as our home base for two weeks of seeing all the sights, sampling all the food . . . and even sleeping in most mornings. It was a real vacation! But don’t worry, it was also a workout: we walked 90 miles. And while we were there, the temperatures dipped from highs in the mid-70s to highs in the lower 60s, and the city shook its leaves from green to coppery-gold.

There may be a longer blog post to come, about Paris or the beautiful day we spent in the Loire Valley as the grape harvest took place, but for now at least — here’s a peek into our trip! ~ Laura

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