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Co-Parenting-the good the bad & the even better | Utah Photographer |

It's been over 3 years since Darrick and I separated. Never in a million years did I think I would be on the other side of the camera taking pictures of him and our boys. If you would have told me I'd be photographing them I would have looked at you like you were crazy! Like most divorces, ours wasn't easy at the beginning. There was a lot of pain, hurt and feelings of betrayal. Most days we couldn't even have a normal conversation without feeling like one person was attacking the other. 

When Darrick and I decided to get divorced, it was definitely one of the hardest things I've ever had to do. Soon after I would learn that being pregnant without the support of my husband would be just as hard if not harder. Still, I hoped and prayed that things would get better and that we'd reach a new "normal." 

I always encouraged family photos and we even took some last year as a family. We have come such a long a way from those early divorce days and I couldn't be more grateful. 

About a 6-9 months after Aiden was born, we finally got our stuff together and starting working together. We both got on the same page because tegardless of us being married or not, we still needed to have a relationship to raise our two little boys. These boys deserve more than parents who can be cordial and do the dropping off and picking up of the kids. They deserve to have 2 parents that are happy and put them first EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. They had nothing to do with the divorce and shouldn't have to feel the burden of our issues. 

I used to think about divorce and it would terrify me because of the horror stories you'd here. About parents fighting and using their kids to hurt each other. It breaks my heart that kids are put in these situations by the ones whose sole purpose on this is to earth to protect them. 

If there's anyone reading this and you're going through a similar situation, remember that your kids should live in a world where they are loved by their parents and put first. Always and forever. That YOU are the parent and should be providing them with a safe environment. You can't do that if you're always living in the mindset of trying to come up with a way to "get back" at your ex. If the other parent is being more difficult than you'd like, remain focused on your kids and what's in their best interest. I got lucky that in my situation. It took some time but things just clicked.

Yes, it's painful and there are always multiple sides to every story. Your little ones don't care about that. They care about their parents and their family. Protect their innocence for as long as you can. Let it go and be that person that your child needs you to be. Their protector <3

Okay, I'm off my soap box now! Back to our regular scheduled programming :) 

W Family | Utah Tree Lot, Utah Photographer |

I've loved doing sessions at tree lots for several years now! However, I always seemed to put them on the back burner so I always miss out on doing them. This year I decided to change that! I wanted to make sure I set time aside to do more than I normally do and I did!

Caroline & Anthony Salt Lake City Temple First Look |UTAH WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER|

These past couple of years have been interesting with everything I have going on in my personal life. I’m gearing up to start blogging my sessions more. Blogging has always been on the back burner and this year I’ve made it a goal to set time aside and share all of these fun sessions I get to do. 

Boymom, condo owner and more!

A little about me. I’m originally from Venezuela but have lived in Salt Lake City, Utah my entire life. I absolutely love it here! I’ve traveled to different states and while I love exploring new places, nothing screams home to me more than Utah <3


I know it's been a minute since I posted anything. Okay, wayyyyy longer than a minute! Haha. But you know, sometimes life gets hectic and you have to give yourself that down time. It's been almost TWO YEARS since I posted and my goodness things have changed!

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Weddings often have an unlimited amount of moving pieces. From the venue, to flowers, cake, dress, tux, photographer and so much more. Now with Pinterest out there it can make things even more overwhelming. You have access to so many ideas to make your wedding day special and if you're not careful, it quickly becomes overwhelming.