Laurel Hall Spring Lavender Shoot

Laurel Hall Spring Lavender Shoot

I was privileged to be one of the photographers at this beautiful event designed by Heather Benge. Not only is she a rock star planner, but she is a kind, inspiring soul as well. Her vision for the day stemmed from The Knot’s color of the year- ultra violet....
Tale as Old as Time

Tale as Old as Time

On the first snow of the season, I journeyed through Indiana to the beautiful Laurel Hall. This timeless 1916 Jacobean Revival manor was a home to one of Indiana’s wealthiest families for years. It’s rich hardwood floors, antique white brick, vaulted...
Restore

Restore

When I was in high school, we had service days- no surprise. Ask any Christian school kid and they will understand. Usually you go to a different place every year, but by happenstance I ended up at the same place twice: the Habitat for Humanity Restore. It’s basically...
Rest

Rest

For college students, rest is pretty unheard of, let alone for graduate students such as myself. Rest is such a big thing that in the world of pharmacy there are multiple categories of sleeping and depresive medications to help patients achieve just that. I purposely...
Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

The one game that seems to follow each generation is ‘hide and go seek’. It was fun when I was a kid because there were more places to hide, but as I’ve gotten older I’ve found myself being ‘it’ because I’m too easy to find....