There is no marker for the swift passage of time like watching a child grow. The old adage is true: time really does fly. I love documenting childhood because it is always changing: the way they look, the treasures they cherish, the way they interact with their siblings or loved ones, the silly faces they make, or how sweetly they fit on the side of your hip. All of these moments are fleeting.
For me, documenting a family's story is capturing the heartfelt connection between loved ones. Sometimes it may be everyone huddled together on a blanket looking at the camera, or a couple cooking breakfast together; it may be teenagers dancing in the yard, or a toddler running around the yard with berry juice dripping from their face. These moments are the ones I strive to capture during our time together. By taking the time to document, we record a chapter in your family's story in it's natural, imperfect and beautiful state.
Family has many definitions, and I welcome all configurations.
If you are interested in a session that captures family life in this way, I'd love to speak with you and tell your story. Send me a note here.
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