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    Hi all, I am Miranda owner of Inner Circle Photography.

    <---- Yep, that is me crazy colored hair and all. I am a fun loving easy going type of girl, who is madly in love. I enjoy the little things in life and try to embrace every day for what it is. My business motto is Fun.Real.Love.

    If you want to see all of my current work...even before I blog it, make sure to check out my facebook page.

    If you want to see random snapshots of my daily life, check out my Instagram page!

    If you are interested in booking me for your wedding send me an email so we can set up a dinner date!

    This blog is where I share my passion. Thank you for checking it out!
    Much love, Miranda


Justin, Jenna and Ben were in town visiting family and I was so excited when we found time for a session during their trip!




Your little family is adorable! So glad we met up!

Much love, Miranda

December 15, 2014 - 8:51 pm

Eileen McDonald - Beautiful.

December 15, 2014 - 9:23 pm

Laurie E Schornack - how adorable…..wish I could have met the little guy… time your in town….

December 16, 2014 - 2:48 am

Jenna Perfetti - I’m crying tears of cuteness. Love them, love you!

December 16, 2014 - 2:54 am

Zac Finley - most defiantly be needing pictures like this when Rowen gets here !! these are amazing ! :)

December 16, 2014 - 3:45 am

Wendy McDonald - That is one beautiful family, Jenna. These pictures are so lovely!

December 16, 2014 - 4:03 am

Meagan Barton - I love them all!!! These are wonderful jenna! So beautiful.

Lucky Little Lucy

Miss Lucy is gracing the blog again!

The first time you met her she was just days old and since then she has been diagnosed with Nonketotic Hyperglycinemia (NKH), also known as glycine encephalopathy. A severe and rare disorder affecting about one in every 60,000 live births. The condition impairs nervous tissue, including the brain, leading to such symptoms as seizures, breathing and feeding difficulties, muscle limpness, and lethargy. Many patients progress to coma leading to death. Of those who survive, almost all patients go on to develop severe intellectual disability. The disease usually becomes apparent soon after birth, but sometimes symptoms start to arise in later infancy, or more rarely, in childhood or adulthood. It affects boys as often as girls, though girls tend to be more severely affected. Unfortunately, the condition is not currently curable, though treatments help limit the severity of certain symptoms. Through ongoing research, scientists hope to develop better treatments for this devastating disease.

To read more and get updates on Lucy check out her facebook page at (The above statement can be found there as well)

But this post isn’t about Lucy and her disease….it is just about Lucy in all her beauty.

When talking with Kristen about what she wanted to do for Lucy’s 18 month photos we decided to do our own take on the “creative sleeping baby” pictures. In my eyes they are meant to be perfectly imperfect. All about dreaming and aspirations for her future.


{Reaching for the STARS}




{Spring time PALS and floating away}


{Do you want to build a SNOWMAN?!}




Lucy oh Lucy. You have an amazing support system and so much love surrounds you. Smile on little one.

Much love, Miranda

December 11, 2014 - 3:22 pm

Pat Marler- Gordon - Thank you, sweet Miranda!!!