Adventures on the Farm at Cristo Rey Ranch

By laura / August 28, 2021 /

Photographing Adventures on the Farm at Cristo Rey Ranch is rewarding work. I attend this event with my children each year.  When I was asked to document Adventures on the Farm through my lens, I happily obliged.  As a freelance photographer, it’s fulfilling to accept jobs that feel right and declining those that don’t.  Clearly,…

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Live Nativity At Cristo Rey Ranch

By laura / December 21, 2020 /

Life doesn’t always go as planned. The cancellation of the live nativity at Cristo Rey Ranch is proof of that. 2020 doesn’t look like we thought it would, but each of us still has something to be grateful for.  This season of life has taught me to slow down and appreciate the little things in…

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Finding Community Is Possible

By laura / November 23, 2020 /

Finding community is hard, but it’s possible. I’m very proud of the community I live in so I decided to hold a FREE rummage sale in June.  Everything was free; although, I accepted donations for the Club 44 Foundation and Mount Calvary Fire Department.  I know someone needs these clothes and baby items more than we do…

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Excessively Entertaining Children

By laura / November 13, 2019 /

I don’t believe in excessively entertaining children. It’s ok to be bored.  In fact, that’s when creativity comes alive.  My imagination explodes in the silence.  So, why do we feel the need to be excessively entertaining children these days? We’re not doing them any favors by eliminating boredom.  In fact, we’re doing more harm than…

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Screen Time Maxed Out

By laura / May 1, 2019 /

Go ahead and judge me for allowing my child to watch more than the recommended screen time. Trying to rid the head lice on a strong-willed four-year-old isn’t easy.  As a result, I allow her to watch shows on my iPad.  Let’s face it, sitting still for hours as I wash, rinse, rewash, rinse and…

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Children Change Perspective

By laura / October 3, 2018 /

Children change perspective, whether it’s planned or not. Looking back just eight years ago, I couldn’t imagine myself as a mother. Life changes when you least expect it and children change perspective.  Children provide more wisdom, spirit and creativity than I thought possible.  I strive to remain present for them.  More of this story coming…

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Portrait Photography And Copyrights Now Available To Past Clients

By laura / July 31, 2018 /

Studio L Photography is changing and evolving. Through this process, I want to share some EXCITING news.  Especially to my past clients who entrusted me to capture their life through my lens.  Portrait photography, along with copyrights, is available for purchase for all sessions taken before 2017. After the purchase, I’m allowing access to images…

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James Christopher's Greek Orthodox Baptism Celebration

By laura / August 3, 2016 /

On July 2nd, I was absolutely honored to be part of James Christopher’s Greek Orthodox baptism at the St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church. The service was followed by a reception at the Bull at Pinehurst Farms.

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Arianna | Wisconsin Lifestyle Photographer

By laura / July 15, 2015 /

Arianna’s dad, Ben, is our neighbor, and one day, while he was out walking with his dog and little Ari, he stopped and asked if I would be interested in photographing his daughter. Of course, I was honored!

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Troicki Family Wisconsin Lifestyle Photography

By laura / June 11, 2014 /

Wisconsin lifestyle photography by Studio L Photography. The Troicki family is one of the most inspiring families I’ve had the pleasure to work with.  They bring so much to the Fond du Lac community and I’ve been fortunate enough to photograph them on numerous occasions. Their true essence shines in each and every one of the…

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