Category Archives: Personal Stories

2018 Wedding Video Giveaway!

You may not know this about us, but our business began in Videography!!  Back in 2005 we shot our first video and kicked off a fantastic business venture that lead us to where we are today!! We eventually began offering both videography and photography, and between the two we were averaging 30+ weddings a year.  In 2012 we had…

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Collaborative

For over a year now we’ve been working on developing a fresh component to our photography business that integrates our passion for marketing, branding, and helping other businesses and nonprofits take their companies to the next level.  We are here to photograph the big stuff in your life – the “once-in-a-lifetime” aspects like weddings, and high…

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Sabbatical

  I never really knew exactly what a sabbatical was, but I knew I needed one.  For me, it’s a fancy word for taking time away from work to get some clarity and – if you are lucky – go somewhere that you can completely unplug. Winters have always been a time for us to…

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  • Kelly ParkMarch 27, 2017 - 6:28 pm

    This is AMAZING! I am so glad you both were able to do this and enjoy a sabbatical together. We are planning ours this Summer and I can’t wait. Thanks for sharing your adventure! xoReplyCancel

    • karinApril 10, 2017 - 10:30 am

      Thank you Kelly!! xoxoReplyCancel

Out of Office

2 years ago, Roger and I embarked on our first project with our new nonprofit organization The Big Picture Project.  We had been on a humanitarian photography trip to Nicaragua in the summer of 2013, and left knowing our work wasn’t done.  We knew we needed to help, and we wanted to find a way…

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A decade…

10 years ago.  I really thought I had it figured out at that point.  I had no idea.  No idea how I would change in 10 years.  No idea how much you would.  (and I’m not just talking about your hair or my wrinkles, but those have certainly changed too.)  We were as naive as…

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