A New Website for a New Location

March 06, 2017


As many of you know, if you follow me on any sort of social media or read this blog, we recently moved to St. Paul, MN.  We are renting a really cute house in St. Paul's West Frogtown neighborhood and we have already found fun parks, a good gym with childcare (wahoo!!) and the fact that the longest it takes me to get to SuperTarget, even at peak rush hour, is six minutes.  Life is good.

But more than an address has changed for us and the changes just keep on coming.  My incredible husband, Noah, took on the call of pastoring The Gallery Covenant Church in St. Paul.  We are nine weeks away from meeting our third son who will hopefully wait until I am done editing next week's Bellingham wedding to make his arrival.  Our two boys have honestly jumped both a size in clothes and about nine sizes in personality all while adjusting to a smaller yard and new friends.  I am in the process of relaunching my business in a new city and trying to book weddings after the beginning of July all while growing my third human in five years.  Change is our only constant, well change and Jesus.

I have had the desire to re-do my entire website for ages now but every time I tried I would end up frustrated and stuck and deciding that binge watching The Great British Baking Show was more important.  (Don't get me wrong, that show is the best, but it did little for my business or my waistline.)

However, when we moved, Noah graciously took the first week we had after the boxes had mainly been emptied and watched our kids so I could pour into this project.  I can't say it is completely finished because no creative work is ever truly finished, but it is here and I like it a lot.

So without further ado, here it is, the brand new www.alihormann.com.
Look around, stay for a while, drop me a note.  I hope as you scroll through the images you hear and feel the story I have been trying to tell for years.  I feel as though it is finally bursting through and I have both the courage and work to tell it well.  That is truly all I have ever wanted to be in life, a great storyteller.  I am grateful for the medium of photography and that when I am left without words I am not without a story.

In addition to my incredible husband I would love to give a big shout out to Katie DeLorme for taking me on a trip to Alaska where this image was taken.  I felt that with every shutter click that cold February morning my heart came alive.

Also, thank you to Karina Nyquist who helped design my signature logo and didn't roll her eyes at me when I kept asking for different things because I'm not a designer like she is.
Thank you to all of you who read my blog and follow my work for making it this far with me and I can't wait to tell you more of these love stories.


You Might Also Like

0 comments

Blog Archive