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  • Hi! And a warm welcome to SABphotography

    "modern, fun, fresh photography for every moment"

    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. This is where i post sneak peeks into shoots, new products, samples of fun things to do with your images, holiday specials, or maybe just me getting out and about with my lens.
    I have college level, as well as fine art academy photography coursework on my CV. I am published in Colorado Weddings Magazine, Durango Weddings Magazine, MINTED, Sierra Club Magazine and have work featured alongside Pixel Magic in a Walt Disney feature film. I am member of WPPI. (Please check out About Me for more...

  • SABphotography’s Eco Boutique

    I am so excited to offer your printed images on 100% Recycled, 100% Wind power manufactured Eco Matte paper. This paper is 130# of cardstock goodness. And, a variety of other yummy Green papers that feel as good as they look. Of course, I continue to have a full line of standard photographic print papers and products available.

    I am also pleased to say that I minimize paper and packaging where I can, and, all of my products are Green, from my 100% recycled business cards to my bamboo shopping bags! For more details.


meet Baby M.  so strong and spry for a newborn.  she was awake the whole time and even got prone on elbows. i’ve never seen a newborn more eager to be in the world:<) we only had an hour with this little one, so unable to get those sleeping baby shots we all know and love. but, we did get some precious “pea in the pod” moments and a few dreamy ones. thanks mom.

To book a newborn shoot with SABphotography, email me at

Bear in mind, to get the most from your newborn shoot, plan on 2-3 hours of shooting time.

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you may recognize this format. this is part of a local business and i am doing the employee headshots for their new and fancy website…the young man did just great and was like thank you so much for making this painless, lol.

6512 and Growing…

The girls and I had a super fun time at Rachel’s backyard playground while snapping some photos for her blog post.  My older daughter thinks Rachel’s house the funnest place around and couldn’t wait to go.  We do one every season and it was Rachel’s idea to throw the chickens in, as we just couldn’t wait any longer for spring to bloom!  So, I thought the pictures told a story and a collage was the only way to do them justice.  Rachel agreed and so here you have it.  The first looks more film strip style but Rachel went with the artsy, box style simply because you could see the kids better.  If you have little children, or have ever had children, or are even thinking of having children, you will find her blog very poignant and at times hilarious.  Check it out at but, beware, it is addicting!

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