Archives for November 2014

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Kathy did a Perrysburg home for Jody Zink & RE/MAX Preferred Associates! Want to find out more? Click here! 


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Kathy photographed this beautiful Sylvania home, which is listed by Kevin Warren & the Danberry Co., Realtors. What to learn more? Visit!


Sylvania Festival

Happy Belated Halloween! We did a photobooth during the Sylvania Fall Festival, sponsored by the Downtown Sylvania Association! Many people came out and it was so fun looking at the different costumes!



A few weeks ago, I went to my first photoshoot with Kathy! Who were we photographing? We were doing Lauren’s senior photos! She is a senior this year at Anthony Wayne High School, running cross country and track. While she hasn’t decided on a college location, she wants to travel far from home to study journalism and communications. We did these photos at Oak Openings! I think we did these at the perfect time with all the leaves changing. What do you think?


Lori and Kathy met while doing real estate photos. Lori is a Danberry Realtor! Lori and Doug’s son, Aaron recently had a bouncing baby boy with his wife Mary. Benjamin is only two months old!

1280 BorgKathy photographed a home in Temperance, Michigan recently for Karen Kelley & The Danberry Co., Realtors. Want to find out more about this home? Visit to find more!


In October, Kathy did some beautiful senior portraits for a friend, Melanie. Melanie goes to school in Vermillion! Spring of 2015, she will be graduating! She plays volleyball in school and her goal is to attend Kent State to study zoology. Isn’t Vermillion such a beautiful place to photograph in the fall?

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Kathy did a photo booth recently for the Danberry Treasure Chest, since they celebrated their 20th anniversary this year. The Charity Auction Dinner’s Master of Ceremonies was Jerry Anderson. “The Danberry Treasure Chest is an emergency assistance fund set up at the Toledo Children’s Hospital benefitting families struggling with finances while their child struggles with a serious illness. Funds are administered through the Toledo Community Foundation and used for things such as a mortgage payment, back utilities, car payments, or in the worst of circumstances, to cover funeral costs. For this year alone, through September, we have provided financial assistance in the amount of $74,500 to 58 families across the area.” To learn more, visit


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