This was my first time working with this beautiful family too – they were so much fun. Not everyone can pull off a candid family jumping shot like these guys did. Enjoy your photos and have a wonderful fall!
Jessica and I met a few years ago and finally caught up with each other for some family photos. It was threatening to rain the entire time and our backup plan was closed for construction, but we managed to squeeze in some photos without getting too wet. Thanks Jessica and Kris for the great session!
This was my first time working with this beautiful family from the west coast. I loved the way they played together and cracked each other up with knock knock jokes. The kids were especially cute playing together – these are great ages for family photos! Be sure to leave some love in the comment box!
Here’s another one from the archives. This session was in April and it was freezing, but they hung in there and had a great time. This family hadn’t had family photos in a long, long time so I’m not sure when I’ll see them again, but I hope it’s soon!
From the archives – meet Kellen who was a few weeks old at the time but now is 4 months old. His mom, Sarah, works at an incredible location involving horses. We had a great time there but Kellen was not super interested in sleeping. We did manage a couple of blinking pictures though.
Two year olds are wonderfully unpredictable so his mom and I weren’t sure how this session would go. He was lovely! I don’t think he stopped smiling the entire time. Even when he was frustrated he was smiling. Happy birthday Solomon – you are one handsome little guy!
Husna is an artist and was looking forward to having some images taken in an artistic environment. Because she was due in the winter she chose Lamberton Conservatory for her maternity portraits. Lamberton is a great location because it has quite a few backgrounds in a small space and has the added bonus of basically
We had never taken our kids to the ocean, we hadn’t seen my Mississippi dwelling dad in a very long time, and my kids were dying for some cousin’s from Oklahoma time. So we all congregated in Biloxi, Mississippi for a week. We opted to fly in late instead of waking up early. This was
Does what you’re doing with your life really matter? It can be a question that burns our souls and it’s the question that got Amy Kauffman started on CrowdCause – an incredible organization that funds local non-profits. “I realized that it wouldn’t matter if I stopped doing my job. No one’s life was being changed.”
by Debra Wallace As we wiped sweat from our foreheads and looked for shade, we had the distinct joy of watching baby Noah sleep straight through our time at Taughannock. Only summer babies get these kind of outdoor images. Some day I might talk a family into walking all the way to the falls, but
Julia Reffner is a homeschooling friend of mine and recently she and I worked together to create a very unique business card for a writing conference she’s attending. She wrote the book A Lily Among Brambles in nine months whenever she had a free second and is hoping to publish next year. The excerpt was