My name is Bobbie! I am a born and raised Minnesota gal and am proud to call the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul my home. I work in the IT field by day and am chasing my lifestyle portrait photography dreams by night. My friends know me as someone who is positive and encouraging, loyal and dependable. I am passionate about lifting up other women. It’s a tough world out there and I truly believe that building and encouraging each other through community – rather than competition – is a beautiful thing. We each have wounds and are more united than we think. Let’s lift a sister up!
Lately on the blog...
Last weekend, high school senior Lyndsay and I went to a spot she scouted completely on her own! I was in love with it from the moment I arrived. Bruentrup Historical Farm in Maplewood, Minnesota is an idyllic place to spend a summer evening. From the tall windmill...read more
A couple weeks ago good friends Shannon and Kevin allowed Kaitlin and I to photograph them for their wedding anniversary. We hadn't done a wedding anniversary session yet so we are both very excited for the opportunity. We met them at our favorite spot to photograph...read more
One of my favorite things to do is take my camera and get lost. Sometimes I don't know where I'll end up, sometimes I have a specific plan and it's to head someplace familiar. A place that is always on my go-to list is the Como Conservatory in St. Paul, Minnesota....read more
Last summer, after I returned home from Finland, a friend asked me if I was interested in providing a home for a sweet little calico kitty named Rhoda. I hesitated, probably more-so due to the name of the cat, but eventually I agreed and couldn't be happier that I...read more
Last weekend in Minnesota it was absolutely GORGEOUS. After what felt like weeks of spring rains & 30 mile an hour winds, a lush Minnesota spring finally revealed herself. The trees filled in practically overnight and the birds began whistling their springtime...read more
Last fall, after all the golden leaves had silently said goodbye to the branches they danced from for the previous six months, what remained was a palette of neutral "grayiege" - a word probably invented by Pinterest. For those of you not familiar with this made up...read more