The forecast did not look good the morning of this family’s photo session, but grandma was visiting from Canada and we really wanted to include her in the photos so we did not reschedule. At the last second, I told Mom, “Worst case scenario: bring the umbrellas!” And boy, am I glad I did.
Everything started out clear and we were lucky to have the gorgeous orange flowers blossoming in the background. I love how all these (more…)
The twin boys in this family attend a preschool where I take school portraits and I was honored to photograph their family last summer at one of their favorite stomping grounds (and mine!), the Arnold Arboretum.
My husband has a fraternal twin brother, so I have a soft spot for parents with twin boys. One thing that never ceases to amaze me is just how different twin personalities can be, and these sweet little boys were no exception. (more…)
Meet Charlotte and Jack. You’d never know it by looking at them now, but they weighed just over 2 pounds when they were born at 27 weeks. After a very long and emotional couple of months, they are both finally home with their Mom & Dad, and are tipping the scales at over 12 pounds each! (more…)
The majority of my clients have babies or young children so it was a wonderful change of pace to photograph this amazing family of six ( plus pup makes seven!). I’m simply in awe of parents that have more than three kids! I know how hard it can be juggle everything and these guys make it look easy. It was obvious from the moment they stepped out of the car that they are (more…)
All kids have favorite things, whether it be a soft lovey, a hand knit blanket or a beloved toy truck. I always ask clients to bring along any of these special items to their photo session because I love to incorporate personal elements into the images I create. It makes the resulting photos so much more memorable and unique. Someday you will miss the days your child carried around that tattered old stuffed animal!
For this extended family session I had an email exchange with the client and they suggested possibly bringing along their (more…)