I adore this family. I first photographed them at my holiday minis last November. I book my minis for 20 minutes and we had all the amazing images we could possibly need in the first 5. No joke. These girls are so stinkin’ cute together and just can’t take a bad picture! So I was super excited when after our mini, mom booked a full session for the whole family in May. Thanks to weather and a bright pink cast on poor Ainsley for a few weeks, we had to postpone a few times, but the universe rewarded us with this amazing location that couldn’t have fit their family any better. I had a really hard time even narrowing down the images to share, they were all sooooo good!!!
Hope all you amazing mommas are spoiled rotten by your people today!! Thank you for allowing me to capture you on camera, your kids (and you) will cherish these images for a lifetime! And if you haven’t gotten in the frame with your littles lately, call me. You’ll thank me later. :)
Happy spring! Spoil yourself this Mother’s Day with the timeless gift of images of you and your favorite people!
I’m going old school back to my 2013 location at Washington Park this year…and praying that the cherry and magnolia trees bloom for us! Sessions will include a 20 minute family session and a private gallery with approximately 10 high resolution digital files available for immediate download…plus a special Mother’s Day surprise gift for the first 3 moms that book. Sessions will take place on Sunday, May 6th, with Sunday May 27th as a backup date in case spring refuses to cooperate. Use the button below to secure your session (and gift!), or email me with any questions. firstname.lastname@example.org
I just loooooove these simplicity sessions. The softness of them allowing all the focus to be on the babe…they keep me going during these cold winter days! Loved meeting you little Liam and mom!!
I can’t even express how amazing this years mini session turnout was. I mean, I knew the location and design would be amazing (a huge thank you to my incredibly talented friend Stephanie Belles!!), but the 56 families that booked were even more so. I loved seeing so many beautiful families, from loyal existing to brand new faces. Can’t wait to plan next years!!
Happy New Year!!
As a mom of only girls, I often forget how much energy boys have! They sure gave me a run for my money, but I loved every moment. After multiplate reschedules (again, thanks Mother Nature), I searched high and low for any pretty fall foliage left and may have squealed when I found a small patch of yellow trees amongst a lot of sad brown lot. Keeping the boys in such a small area of color wasn’t an easy task, but I’d say they did pretty awesome!
The weather gods were not very nice to me this fall! So many sessions scheduled, reschedule and rescheduled yet again. This amazingly patient family and I had no less than 4 sessions scheduled and ultimately cancelled before we finally made it happen in mid-November. Despite some seriously chilly temps and the loss of most of the foliage, I would say all’s well that ends well, yes?? Oh, and seriously. If you own a dog and book a session with me, prepared to be scolded if you don’t bring them along. :)
This family was referred to me by one of my most favorite people in the world, Cara Olsen, who despite being amazingly talented, has cut back on photographing families (even though I still force her to do my own family session every year)…so even though I hadn’t met this family before, I knew it was going to be a great session. Great was an understatement. I loved them almost instantly and frankly, had a hard time finally putting my camera away. No doubt they were probably ready to be rid of me a good half hour before I let them. lol. Thanks for putting up with me guys!
Fall itself is not my favorite time of the year since it symbolizes the end of summer (my favorite) and the beginning of colder months to come. That being said, it’s my favorite time of year to photograph. Not even summer can compare in terms of the depth of colors and beauty the fall brings. Especially when you insert families like this. See look at me finding the silver lining…