My name is Erin and I can’t get enough of sharing and talking with new and old friends alike. I also love dinner and dancing - but let’s get back on track here.
I like dumb jokes. I like being barefoot. I like wild flowers. I love taking baths on rainy days and drinking hot tea. I also love photography. I have a B.A. in Photojournalism and New Media from Creighton University though I got my start back in high school as a photography editor on the newspaper staff. It's been such a big part of my life for so long and I feel extremely grateful for that. Photography gets me around people in all the best parts of their lives - people who have fallen in love, people who are starting a new life or celebrating an old one, people who are at their happiest. I get to be a part of that and give them something to look back onto fondly + remember what it felt like.
I love me some KP. That's my husband - Kyle. He builds things. Pretty much any kind of thing you could want or need. We ourselves just got hitched October 21, 2016. You can take a peek into our day here. I love my full-time job. I'm the Marketing Director at Omaha Conservatory of Music. I come from a family of animal lovers. I've had so many different kinds of critters throughout my life. My parents have a mini horse named Buck and a goose named Lou. I myself have a floppy pal named Angus and a mischievous cat named Dibs who I talk about way too much.
I love my city - I love when I meet people who are staying in Omaha for the first time and hearing their reactions. We're not some small city surrounded by cornfields, I mean - there are cornfields. But there's more to us then that. We have the best zoo in the world, and it's one of my favorite places to go. We have a vibrant and eclectic music scene, and I try to frequent shows as much as I can. I also love to travel. My blog is aglow with images from the places we've been. If you're not from here and you want me to come to you - I am so down. If you're not from here and want suggestions on cool places to photograph at in Nebraska - I got you covered.