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I'm Lex and I am so glad that you are here! I live in a small town in West Central Indiana where I am joyfully praising Jesus, photographing beautiful people, and loving on my high school sweetheart and our golden-doodle Lincoln. To see some of my work or read about our life, click on one of the categories to the right or scroll down to see the latest posts.

I'm Lex and I am so glad that you are here! I live in a small town in West Central Indiana where I am joyfully praising Jesus, photographing beautiful people, and loving on my high school sweetheart and our golden-doodle Lincoln. To see some of my work or read about our life, click on one of the categories below or scroll down to see the latest posts.

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Our Little House || Studio Office Inspiration Board

August 28, 2019

This post has been in the making for far too long! I am finishing up the edits for our studio office reveal as we speak and I thought it only appropriate to share the design board and photos that have inspired the space before I actually share the space! The studio office was technically the second area to be worked on in our home after the kitchen. As both a wedding and family/lifestyle photographer in Indiana where the climate tends to get very cold in the winter making outside difficult to use as a background for sessions, a space that doubles as an office as well as a makeshift studio is necessary. Enter our studio office which also acts as a guest bedroom when needed.

As for the design board, I knew the room needed to be very neutral and ultimately loved the idea of it being all white! Going with a simple color palette on the walls would allow the space to be used as a studio when needed. It also works really well with the wood tones used throughout the furniture and flooring. By going simple with the major parts of the room, it allows me to use creativity to display photos and various office decor in a seamless way without making it too busy. The room is ever-changing and has even been altered since the shoot but that is what I love about it and can’t wait to see how it evolves over time! My desk area is kept minimal, photos are displayed across the room in various ways, and comfy pillows and seats are used throughout to soften the space and double as props for the studio. I really love it and can’t wait to reveal the space to you soon!

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