Wish Workshops Paris Registration

Holy Smokes….I can’t believe I am going back to Paris again to teach.  Wait actually I can believe it…because I love dreaming big.

Come and join the journey and dream big with me.  March 6-8, 2018

This workshop is going to be amazing.

Something super cool about this workshop is that you will begin learning before you even arrive in Paris.

Shortly after you register for the workshop you will begin classes.

Classes on how to build a better brand, how to market to you client.  How you can increase your income and decrease your hours in front of the computer.

The classes will take place in a private online classroom just for the attendees.  You will be able to learn at your own pace and apply what you learn as you learn it.

With having the business classes behind us we will be able to learn all the hands on photography stuff while in Paris.  You will enjoy seeing the sites and taking and making beautiful photography on the streets of Paris.

We will enjoy French macarons and crepes and dance under the twinkle of the Eiffel Tower.

Only 6 spots open.

Register for yours today by clicking here.

To read more about the workshop, click here.Wish Workshop Paris

Wish Retreat North Carolina Registration

I am beyond excited to announce the registration for my North Carolina Wish Retreat!

It’s going to be spectacular!

Enjoy 3 nights at the cozy Mast Farm Inn

Delicious meals, Beautiful shoots, and massive amounts of incredible learning.

Learn how I take $150 mini sessions and turn them into $2500 sessions without being pushy or ridiculously priced.

Learn how to find your client, market to them, book them and retain them forever.

Most importantly you will find who you are again and what inspires you to be the best you.

For all the information click the link below

April 30- May 3rd


North Carolina Wish Retreat


Only 10 spots available.  

North Carolina Wish Retreat

Luck of the Irish {Photography Workshop Ireland}

In July I was able to travel to Ireland to teach a photography workshop.  I have traveled all over the world, but I was nervous to travel to Ireland.  Nervous for the silliest reason.  The real reason I was nervous because I knew I had to drive on the other side of the car, on the other side of the road.  That scared the crap out of me.   I knew that the roads in Ireland would be much more narrow than in the States and adding that to the wrong side of the road and car gave me heart palpitations like you wouldn’t believe.  BUT GUESS WHAT?  It totally was fine!  Well kinda.  I did hit a few curbs.   Don’t ask me to parallel park either…cause I will get out of the car and make someone else do it.

Ireland is so beautiful!  It’s everything I imagined it to be.  Green patchwork rolling hills, cobblestone fences dividing the property lines, SHEEP everywhere. Oh the colors, all the beautiful colors.  I was told that there is 40 shades of green in Ireland and I believe it.  The colors of the buildings, the doors and all the beautiful flowers! So many beautiful farms, quaint towns and the kindest people in the world.

I was completely in awe of the authentic and genuine people I met on my journey.  I don’t know if the word ‘kind’ adequately describes how insanely beautiful the Irish souls are.

It seriously was like a dream.  I want you to imagine you’re driving down the road and turning a bend in the road and there is a castle.  You drive a little further and you cross a bridge to find another castle, an abbey and a ancient graveyard.  Proceeding forward you see another beautiful castle and once again you pinch yourself that you are in Ireland.  The only thing that would have made it anymore perfect would be to stumble upon a leprechaun.

Now let’s talk about the super amazing accents?  I could listen to them all day long.  Upon asking a guy at a local pub restaurant if he could fit 4 more for the evening he said “I could fit ‘farty-far”  Forever it is etched in my brain and heart!

Would I go back to Ireland? Heck to the yes!


Miss Sophia {Utah Children Portrait Photographer}

When Sophia arrived to her session with me I thought “oh you little sweet thing!”  She is so tiny and petite and I was afraid the Bentley and Lace skirt and top I had picked out for her would be ginormous, but alas I was able to rig it with some clamps, and a little magic!

Sophia looked so sweet in the silk floral skirt and her hair…can we talk about her braided crown?  Seriously I am a girl who loves some good braids!

Now back to this outfit….isn’t it just the sweetest?   The skirt has layers and layers of tulle under it that makes it so puffy and princess like.  I’m just always so in awe at the quality of the dresses Elizabeth from Bentley and Lace sends me a few times a month.  And I just feel so lucky that Liz trusts me so much with were precious designs….and sends them all the way to Utah for my clients to take advantage of.    Every little girl wants to feel like a princess and I’m so lucky to be part of these princess moments.


This session was photographed with my Canon 5D Mark IV and 70-200 2.8 IS II, plus edited with Wish Kaleidoscope Photoshop Actions .



Miss Sophie {Utah Child Photographer}

Before I sent back the beautiful carousal dress by Bentley and Lace I had one more session request here in Utah for it.  This time the brown eyed beauty Sophie.  Sophie stole my heart with her kindness.  My goal is always to make my little clients (and my big clients) feel beautiful and special, but she flipped the tables on me.  She told me “your daughters are so lucky you are their mom.  You’re so beautiful and nice”.  WHAT?!  Oh my gosh could she be any sweeter?

Sophie has the most lovely deep brown eyes and beautiful long brown hair and her smolder was enough to knock a man dead.  Seriously such a gorgeous gal!   As beautiful as the weather in Utah has been lately it doesn’t compare to how beautiful this girl is!


The whimsical editing was done with my Photoshop action set Wish Kaleidoscope.   It really has everything one needs.    This session was photographed with my Canon 5D Mark IV and my 70-200mm 2.8 IS II