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We’re on Facebook…

After 6 years in business, I finally started a Facebook page for Eliza Truitt Photography. So head on over to our page and add us so that you can keep up with the latest news. Thanks!

Emily & Ryan on the Bride’s Cafe

I was so pleased to see that Emily & Ryan’s wedding was featured on the Bride’s Cafe’s this morning! See the whole thing here.


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What’s Been Up

Hey everyone. It’s been a while. I’ve had a lot going on lately. Last night I returned from 9 days in Beijing. Before that, I was working on Get Hitched, Give Hope. In one night we raised $30,000 for the Making Memories Breast Cancer Foundation. It was an amazing night, and I was so inspired […]

Photographer: Elizabeth Flemming

I just found the work of Elizabeth Flemming via Exposure Compensation and I was instantly in love with her series “Life is a series of small moments.” Click here to take a look.

Pictures on the Wall

I’m having an opening for a small show of some of my non-wedding photos tomorrow, Thursday July 17. It’s the Union Center for Healing, located at 2100 E. Union Street (the corner of 21st and Union). That’s where my amazing acupuncturist, Vickie Summers, works along with a group of other great health practitioners. I’ll be […]

The Lab at Velocity

Interior design is a hobby of mine, and I am addicted to interior design blogs. The list of design blogs I read fluctuates constantly, but a few staples include: Apartment Therapy, Decor8, Design*Sponge, and Shelteriffic. So back in March when Grace from Design*Sponge hosted a Biz Ladies meetup in Seattle I went, eager to meet […]

My New Website

So almost exactly two weeks ago, my new website went live. A new website was something that I had wanted and had been talking about for, oh, about two years. I wanted something that was clean, minimalist, and really let my photographs shine. So last year I started hunting around for a designer who could […]

Ode to Photography

I’m an avid reader of Alec Soth’s blog, but I usually skip over his weekly “Friday Poem.” But the first lines of this week’s offering, Philip Larkin’s Lines on a Young Lady’s Photograph Album, snagged me and I read through the whole thing. It’s a good one. You can read it here.

June 22nd, 1941

Right now I’m reading Moscow 1941: A City and Its People At War by Rodric Braithwaite. It’s a fascinating book and I just finished a section on women in the Red Army and was astounded to learn that 800,000 women served in in the Red Army during WWII; roughly 40% of doctors at the front […]