The Schroeder Twins

Fresh 48 Session

August 21st, 2018
ThedaClark Regional Medical Center – Neenah, WI

It’s a Girl!!…..AND a Boy!!
Thea Marie: 6 lb 15 oz, 19 inches, born at 1:06pm
Oliver Michael: 5 lb 14 oz, 18.5 inches, born at 1:11pm

Feeling beyond blessed to have these two perfect, healthy, beautiful babies joining our Schroeder Family. Auntie loves you! Congratulations, Clint and Tiffany!

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The Probasco Wedding

June 9th, 2018

Vendor Information
Ceremony: Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, Sheboygan
Venue: Wade House Historical Site, Greenbush
Flowers: Enchanted Florals, Elkhart Lake
Dress: Bliss Bridal, Brookfield
Groom’s Attire: DuBois Formalwear, Appleton
DJ: Infinity DJ, Sheboygan
Rings: Kesslers
Invites: Basic Invite

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Bryce and Allison

Spring Engagement

Cave Point County Park – Door County, WI

You wouldn’t know it by looking, but the chilly wind coming off of Lake Michigan had us feeling like it was 20 degrees in May (actual temp was 41, but not really any better)! Our running joke of the night was that this cold weather is nothing compared to their upcoming January wedding! But honestly, whether it’s windy as can be, snowing, raining, or sticky hot it really doesn’t matter because Cave Point is always a picture perfect destination. And these two only make it look better!

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The Selles

Spring Family Session

La Sage Bottoms Natural Area – New London, WI

Celebrating two years with their little firecracker, Oaklyn. I love getting back into the swing of things with these outdoor family sessions! As much as I love my studio, I definitely start to feel a little pent up by the end of a long winter. It’s so fun being in the wide-open spaces to play, interact, and capture these fleeting moments.

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The Kroenke Homestead

Winter Homestead Session

Shawano, Wisconsin
March 10th, 2018

Let’s take a walk…a walk through time, through the legacy of a Wisconsin dairy farming family. A walk, that after three generations of back breaking work, passion, and perseverance has come to an end…

Here we are, just days before the auction. When I saw the flyer for Mark and Kathy’s farm sale I felt compelled to reach out to them. Small family farms, such as theirs, hold so much history. History that can only be preserved through memories, stories and photographs. Although I do not come from a farming family, I come from a community that values agriculture, and that has instilled an immense respect in me for the families that work countless hours, 7 days a week to support, feed and fuel our country. ┬áMy hope was that by documenting the farm while it was still in operation would make this transition a little easier, knowing they have something they can physically look back on, cherish and share with future generations.

Friday was the last day…The last day he will rise before sun up to walk through that old milk house door, into the 110 year old barn that was home to a herd of 80. The auction has now come and gone. The equipment will run again in new fields. The herd has found new homes. And the legacy of the Kroenke family will forever have a lasting impact on the agricultural community and we thank them greatly for that.

It has been said “all good things must come to an end.” I don’t know that a farmer is ever really ready for that time. It’s in his blood. It’s what he knows. It’s what he enjoys. But if there were ever a time to retire, it was now. I wish Mark and Kathy the best in this next chapter of their life. May they continue to be blessed with good health and new adventures be on their horizon. God Bless!

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