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Hi, I'm Courtney!

I'm so happy you're here!

I’m 31 years young, and forever young at heart. I’m an enneagram 8w7 for all you weirdos like me who are into that kind of thing. In my spare time you can probably find me with my 3 kids, usually drinking coffee, with friends, or looking to find my next big adventure. Traveling to new places makes my heart happy. I was born in Japan which is pretty cool and moved back there for my sophomore year of high school. The navy brat in me is probably responsible for my itch to adventure. Interior design is also my jam and I’m frequently updating/rearranging/building things to update our 1907 home. I thrive off of creativity and change. I’m about as open as an open book can get and love meeting new people. I’m a “chill” type A person which is great in this line of work. I will totally make sure things go the way you envision but I’m super flexible and down for anything. Love you all and thank you so much for supporting my business. I’m excited to see where the future takes me thanks to you all!

A little more about me... because I'm the epitome of an open book

I'm a mom of 3. My oldest has a rare disease called CHARGE Syndrome. When I'm not working, I advocate for families and individuals with CHARGE Syndrome as the Midwest Regional Liaison Facilitator and Nebraska's Liaison for the Foundation. 

My love for photography started as a creative outlet when my son was born with CHARGE Syndrome and spent his first year of life in the hospital with him 3 hours away from home, and it has turned into so much more. I love it for its capacity to freeze moments in time, to document love in all of its wild and wonderful forms.


My love for travel has always been strong and I try to venture off as often as I can, even if that means just the kids and I on a weekend trip. My husband farms and we are all animal lovers so its not an odd occurrence that I am taking care of a wounded barn cat or even a gartner snake that grandpa accidentally ran over because my daughter can't fathom watching any creature in pain.. yes, even snakes.

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