I started my journey as a photographer when I was 15 in my high school dark room. At 24 I started working professionally with Janine McClintock (fabulous!) Fives years later I still cannot believe this is my job. AND I get to do it with my husband. We get to share this incredibly fantastic learning, journey, labor of love. Its not all double rainbows, being a (very) small business owner in an ever expanding industry seriously sucks sometimes. But I am honored and freaked to say that we are entering a new phase. Starting December 1st, LOVE EQUALS will have its own brick & mortar location in downtown Lincoln!!! YIKES!
Our new home is 124 south 9th Street! Also known as Gallery 9 or The Mission Arts Building. We’re moving into an all natural light studio with high ceilings, big windows, and surrounded by other artists. We. Are. PUMPED!
We’ll be announcing our opening soon, so stay tuned, we’d love to have you all there to celebrate with us! Happy Monday! Peace.
For the next few days we will be shooting with, learning from, and experiencing life with 18 other photographers in Divide, Colorado. Words can’t express how blessed we feel to be here with our friends The Parsons. Already our time has been so rich. We’re staying at the most gorgeous lodge ever, its very Young Life-esque and reminds me of camp. Also, I discovered I can hit a wiffle ball super far! As a result I am very sore today. Here are a few shots from our time around the campfire last night. MY HUSBAND built this fire, isn’t he manly? roasting mallows…very camp-likecrazy sparks, one got in Ben’s hair, but he’s okaythe sky last night (this is at about a 40sec exposure)Today we fully expect to learn, shoot, and play A LOT. Pray my arm gets better so I can hit a mad number of wiffle balls!