three families began meeting almost a year ago. they drank amazing coffee and shared hours of laughter and tears. but they shared something else as well – each of them was working tirelessly to bring a son or daughter home from africa.
and the reason i know about their amazing time together? i was one […]
our first scheduled session was unfortunately one of the casualties of this summer’s deluge of afternoon rain. we held off as long as we could but finally ended up having to call it quits and scheduling for a later date. on our second try the skies got dark as we shot our last few pictures, […]
it’s a near triple-digit august day, but my email is already being peppered with the question: when are you scheduling christmas mini-sessions? i’m planning on doing things a little differently this year than i have in the past, so i wanted to go ahead and get the info out so you can plan accordingly.
it was six months ago when i walked into guy and april’s house-of-many-children to spend some time shooting with these little darlings…
since that time the weather has gone from dreary and cold to vibrant and warm, and wills and judah have grown from sleepy newborns to fun, […]
it took five scheduling attempts to actually make this session happen. because of the almost daily rainfall we were getting for a while there, i jokingly started scheduling the date we would cancel our session rather than when we would actually shoot it. finally i told her, if we don’t end up shooting this year, […]
behind are you available to shoot my wedding on such-and-such a date?, it’s probably the question i get the most these days. are you still working with families and children? being a momma to four little people of my own, i really love the raw, natural photographs that emerge when working with kids. they’re uninhibited, […]
if you haven’t read the story, you really ought to. i think i’ve labeled it as the wildest day i’ve ever had as a photographer. almost five weeks ago, i met iris for the first time as she delivered her son, briggs.
i giggled out loud when […]
i don’t think you could actually call it a session. it was more like five minutes of casual nothingness in the middle of my living room, but i’m pretty smitten with the results – smitten because today was the day i met my newest niece for the first time.
introducing hadley mei…
it’s just expected that newborn sessions are going to take a while. nursing breaks, diaper changes, wardrobe changes because there was no diaper on at the time…newborns can be pretty unpredictable. but like i told paul and claire when i left their house after shooting their baby boy’s first photos, he made this one of […]