Hi!   My name is Sarah. I’m a newborn, child and family photographer living in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota.   I am first and foremost a mom to an amazing 11 year old girl. I opened my business roughly 10 years ago and I have never looked back. I photograph children of all ages from newborns to high school seniors and I can honestly say that I love every stage of childhood.  Every child is beautiful and unique and capturing their personality in photos is one of my very favorite things to do.   I try at every turn to create a memorable experience for you, beginning with prompt email responses to your inquiry and ending with the delivery of beautiful keepsake prints, albums, canvases and more.

A photo session with me is fun, relaxed and authentic. As a mother myself I am very easy going and patient.  My goal is to take the stress out of family photography for you and create beautiful works of art that will bring you joy every time you look at them.  

If you like my work and are considering me as your photographer, please contact me via email:  or the Contact form so we can chat!
I look forward to hearing from you soon!



I am a volunteer photographer for the Minnesota Heart Gallery. The Minnesota Heart Gallery is a non-profit organization that uses portrait sessions of youth in the MN foster care system to put a face on the often invisible population of youth and teens in need of permanent families. The mission of the Minnesota Heart Gallery is to help children and teens living in foster care find permanent and committed families, and to raise community awareness of our shared responsibility to each of these youth. Minnesota Heart Gallery helps to restore a sense of belonging, dignity and hope in the lives of foster children and teens.


I am a volunteer photographer for Special Olympics Minnesota. Special Olympics offers children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round sports training and competition. Through Special Olympics’ athletic, health and leadership programs, people with intellectual disabilities transform themselves, their communities and the world.