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My ‘Why’ | Northern Utah Photographer

Why? Why am I a photographer? Simply put, I suck at expressing myself in all other art forms. I cannot draw or paint to save my life. It takes a lot out of me to write and craft, but it comes out decent. Photography comes naturally with ease. I remember in my high school ceramics...

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  • Nicole Gulickbeautiful why! the bowl is totally unique and i love that it has traveled all over with you to remind you. beautiful emotion filled imagesReplyCancel

  • Kristi JamesThis just is beautiful. Photography and life can be so darn emotional. Salt Lake City and Northern Utah will be so lucky to have a photographer like you. A photographer that captures real, raw and beautiful emotion.ReplyCancel

  • LydiaI loved everything about this blog — i wish i were closer to Northern Utah a good photographer is hard to come by!ReplyCancel

  • KaterinaIt’s great seeing your “why” as a northern Utah photographer!ReplyCancel

  • ChristieLove your bowl story- it showcases what a creative artist you are and why are you a top Northern Utah photographer!!ReplyCancel

  • ChelseyI love your content and what you had to share about yourself. This really connects with me and I’m excited you are in Utah because I have been searching for a good portrait photographerReplyCancel

Fresh faces in Northern Utah!

Its been such a LONG time since I have participated in the blog circle, so lets start 2017 off with it!! We have settled into my new home pretty well. I still miss the Okinawa waters like crazy and the insanely gorgeous sunsets. Lets not mention the super close cherry blossom season… now I want...

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  • Whitney CoudrayThese are great! Best of luck starting in a new city, with photos like that though I’m sure you will be super busy!ReplyCancel

  • Kristi JamesAll these fresh faces in Tucson, Arizona are beautiful. You really have captured Tucson and its beautiful people very well. I am so excited for you to continue your journey as a family photographer in Tucson!ReplyCancel

One Image | A blog Circle Theme

This months theme was choosing one image and writing about it. I voted for this theme and then forgot about it until our links were due! I’ve been stateside this month visiting family and meeting my two new nephews. I did not plan to be gone the entire month, but that’s how it worked since...

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  • Lauren NygardThese are SO fun! I love the recreations with a modern twist! You did a fabulous job!!ReplyCancel

  • AliciaSuch a great series, and a great idea! It’s a nice tradition to start for your family. 🙂ReplyCancel

The life cycle of sakura | Flowers | A blog circle

Cherry Blossom season is just about my favorite thing ever. It only lasts two weeks and its not ever long enough. This years blossoms were so late and I swear they only lasted a week and were gone. It was crazy cold here, we hit a new record for the lowest temp in Okinawa since...

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  • Nicole Gulickseriously stunning images! ugh soo jealous i want to see cherry blossoms in real life, but thanks to your up close and perfect images i feel like i have nowReplyCancel

  • Kristi JamesGorgeous shots of the Sakura flowers! I especially love the ones of the kids among them. I wanted that this year and never got the chance. You will cherish these forever. And it won’t be your last season because I’m not letting you leave me lolReplyCancel

  • Flowers | Kristi James Photography Blog[…] To see more stunning photos follow the links around our blog circle. First stop is over at my dear friend Candace Castor, Okinawa Family Photographer!!! […]ReplyCancel

Weather |A Blog Circle|Okinawa Photographer

This month blog circle theme is Weather! I partly voted this theme because we were currently in the coldest weather ever in upstate New York. I seriously mean the coldest! The boys were born here in Okinawa and we have cold this warm (snow-less) tropical island home for the last 6.5 years. I am not...

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  • Kristi JamesI hate the snow, but all these images make it look dreamy!!! I’m so glad you had a little sun pop out!! Love these shots of the kids so much!ReplyCancel

  • GracieThis looks like SO much fun!!!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Gulickthat winter sun light is glorious! looks like y’all had a lot of fun out there! gorgeous imagesReplyCancel

  • KristySo jealous of all that snow! I especially love the shots with the golden sun dipping in the background.ReplyCancel