The Love is Love project

Love is Love: Fawn White and Rhonda Sparks

For Fawn and Rhonda’s Love is Love photoshoot, Shalem and I met them out at Point Warnzoff with their son Trev. After taking long walks on the beach (pun intended) we headed to Kincaid Park to take some pictures in the woods! Trev was such a little camera ham!


Here is part of Fawn and Rhonda’s story they shared in our Love is Love book.

Fawn is Ponca & Cherokee Indian from Oklahoma. Rhonda is Siberian Yupik & Caucasian from Nome, Alaska. Trevor is 3 years old and in his first year of pre-school. Fawn & Rhonda first met when Fawn moved to Nome as a volunteer for the United Methodist Church. Introduce Trevor in 2009 and you’ve got our family. They love watching movies, playing sports, and being in the great outdoors. They are excited to spend the rest of their lives together travelling the world, being culturally involved and loving one another. They are so blessed and eternally grateful to have such caring and supportive families. Fawn, Rhonda, & Trev are strong in faith and fully believe that ‘Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. LOVE NEVER FAILS.’

“My partner has the most amazing laugh it makes me smile evertime I hear it.” -Rhonda

“She’s the salmonberry of my tundra, the aurora of my sky, the love of my life.” -Fawn

“Mom, Mom. I love you guys.” -Trev

To see more of our beautiful couples in love, check out our In Love gallery!

Became Publicly available on:

December 12, 2012

Posted By:

Mitch Kitter