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Brad, Molly and Anamika were some of my first friends in Washington. And I knew immediately we would hit it off. They are silly, laid back and so full of love for one another. I was first introduced to Anamika at a fair in Olympia. She was in charge of making crepes to raise funds…

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  • Molly OnkkaOctober 16, 2016 - 2:30 am

    I love these!!!!!!ReplyCancel

I imagine marrying a member of the Callies family is kind of like a two-for-one sort of deal. You get the man of your dreams and a Brady Bunch-esque family all wrapped up in one sweet package. That’s what made this wedding so special for me. Sure, I’m great friends with the groom’s sister. And…

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Fall in Skagway was my favorite season. Turns out fall in Washington is just as beautiful. Here’s a look at our Sunday hike up to Lake Margaret, followed by the biggest root beer float I’ve ever had. I’m so excited to explore more of this beautiful state!    

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I grew up on a big piece of land with a bunch of animals always wandering around. My dad raised me single-handedly after my mom passed away. It was unconventional, but I had an amazing childhood. Photographing Jeffrey and Rosetta today brought back memories of growing up. It’s so great to see the love they…

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  • Rhonda Padon GibsonAugust 10, 2016 - 12:00 am

    Wow!  Beautiful shots with great compositions of two of my favorite people in the whole world.  This is the closest I’ve ever been to visiting their house, and meeting their pets.  Thank you for sharing your story and your artistry!  
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    • elisegiordano91@gmail.comAugust 10, 2016 - 2:14 am

      Thanks so much, Rhonda! They have such a beautiful home. I was so happy to have been a part of their morning.ReplyCancel

When Kiara asked me to photograph her senior pictures, I didn’t realize I would be photographing Skagway royalty! Kiara is a descendant of Harriet Pullen, one of Skagway’s most entrepreneurial women. She arrived during the Klondike Gold Rush, sold pies, held tours and built one of the town’s most beautiful hotels. Unfortunately, the Pullen House…

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