Pictures…Capturing People and Emotions!

I remember when I went to WPPI this past March I kept hearing about developing a style and “look” that’s unique…These past few weeks I’ve taken pictures of my growing nephews in South Carolina, vacation, the Morrison6, my newborn nephew in Canada and then yesterday I did an engagement shoot. I’m realizing more and more how important pictures are. That’s a funny thing for a photographer to say, eh? But, it’s the truth!

Every stage and the emotions that go with each are precious and pictures help us to hold on and remember. There’s something extremely special about capturing a moment that will never be repeated.

I’m honored. The Morrison babies Bennet, Tryg and Lincoln will never be forgotten…and I had a part in that.

I don’t know I have completely figured out “my style” but I know my heart is to capture the emotion of the moment. I love seeing people smile, ohh and ahh or not be able to say anything at all when they see their pictures for the first time. There’s no better profession as far as I’m concerned.

So, on that note…get out your camera and take some pictures! 🙂 or call me and I’ll take them for you.

Julie Day - June 20, 2007 - 9:34 am

I just wanted to say how special it is that you have been able to record precious moments for Brianna and Ryan and their sweet babies. At the time I lost my babies, I wasn’t thinking about pictures, but luckily the wonderful nurses at the hospital were and took many precious pictures of our babies. As you staed – they captured those moments that will never be repeated – and they mean so much to me. What a beautiful gift you have been able to give to them…and will continue to give to them…and others.

Thank you for all you do!
Julie Day

Mark Peterkins - June 20, 2007 - 7:16 pm

Noemi – praying for you and Matt. I know you are in the thick of it.

Love your website. I just shot a wedding for a couple at church. I should have checked your pics for some great ideas. It turned out ok. It was a gift to them and they seemed to like what they got.

Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.


Jennifer W. - June 26, 2007 - 3:17 pm

As a mom who has had a baby die, I continue to lift up the entire Morrison family in my prayers. It is a terrible and tragic experience to go through. May they hold on to each other, the beautiful babies still with them here, and the memories of the babies that will always be with them in spirit. And I thank God for giving him the gift of you. Your friendship I’m sure means the world to them, and documentation of their time with their babies will be something charished more than you will realize in the future.
As you try and find your “style” however, I would suggest that you get in contact with They are an organization who a family can contact when they know their child will not survive. It puts them in touch with a photographer who is willing to come to the hospital and take beautiful pictures of their beautiful baby(ies). I think your compassion and experience would be a wonderful addition to this organization.


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