After my marathon of photo sessions in November 2014, I took a little break to get ready for and spend time with our first baby, who was born in February 2015. As it turned out, that little maternity leave turned into an unexpected (but welcome!) cross-country move, followed by Baby #2.
Two babies, 18 months apart, wearing the same heirloom christening set.
The great thing about being a photographer taking a break to spend time with my babies is that there’s really no break at all – there’s always a milestone or dimple to photograph, and no shortage of “practice time” with my two live-in models. Ten thousand photos or so later, I’m more confident than ever in my ability to capture your family’s special moments!
Now that we’ve adjusted to being a family of four, I’m excited to start booking photo sessions again. Sunny California affords many opportunities for year-round photography, and I’m harboring a (not so) secret wish to do a photoshoot in a citrus grove someday.
Contact me to schedule your portraits or event photography – my little assistants and I can’t wait to hear from you!
It’s always fun to photograph returning customers – I love seeing how everyone has changed in a year, and we have a great rapport already built up. I was delighted to have another session with the Newman extended family for the second year running. The kids were another year older, the adults another year wiser, and the color scheme they wore became one of my all-time favorites!
Some of the family had flown in from England for a visit, so it was great to be there to see cousins, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandma, and grandkids reunited.
I don’t know if I’m allowed to have favorite clients, but if I am, the Kosticks must be near the top of the list. I’ve done several photo sessions with their family, and it’s always a lot of fun. This session was a birthday gift for Mom, so everyone was on their best behavior. It was one of the coldest days I’ve ever shot photos on, but in true Minnesotan fashion, they were prepared for the weather, and we got some great photos (including some with a very neighborly horse!).
Just for comparison, here they are at our last session, and then this one:
Photographing newborns is always such a wonderful experience – I love being a fly on the wall as the new parents interact with the sweet little person as they get to know each other. Baby M and her parents were no exception. I loved everything about this session, but most of all this sweet little girl and the obvious love of her parents. Congratulations, Laura and Eric!
I love photographing families of all sizes, but there’s always something fun about doing a session with a large family! This session in beautiful Central Massachusetts was no exception – lots of energy, laughter, and a playmate for everyone. I’m excited to be able to share a little peek of our afternoon!