Tag: North Carolina Family Portraits
Family Reunion Portraits : Sneads Ferry, NC
This family portrait shoot happened the week of Father’s Day and I loved the timing. Seeing these Dad’s with their young sons was my favorite part of this shoot. In the world today, society and media have reduced fathers and men to comic relief that come and go and are not necessary. But in my […]Read More
Fun on the beach for the win!
I have said it before and you will hear me say it again. Relax, play with your kids, don’t worry too much about your clothes or if your kids get dirty during the shoot and you will end up with natural beautiful photographs that showcase the LOVE you feel with your family.Read More
Summertime : Living the Dream
Best time to be a mom and best time to be a kid. Hands down.Read More
The farm! I want to move here.
I love a good family reunion photography session! Extended family brings so much a fun to a session. Have it on a farm and I am sold! This family gets to live on this farm, and it is a blast to hang out with them and their pets! Dogs, cats, chickens, goats and pigs. I […]Read More
Boys : they hold the key to my heart!
I am a mom of lots of boys, I have all brothers and what can I say except little boys make me SO happy. Don’t get me wrong, they are a hard bunch to keep up with. I am exhausted after a little boy session, but I look at these images and I love these […]Read More
Father, son and all the FUN!
This was an awesome session! Just a boy and his dad. There was tons of fun play time and I loved watching them interact. I feel so grateful for my amazing clients in Maryland, who keep coming back to me again and again! This was my third time photographing this sweet boy and it was […]Read More
Six kids in Union Station, Washington DC
This family portrait session was one of my favorites to date. I had traveled up to DC to do a round of family portraits and of course rain was predicted for just about everyday. With a 100% chance for the day of this session! We talked about rescheduling but with six kids, as you can […]Read More
Keep it formal, keep it timeless.
One of the hard parts of being a military spouse is leaving clients I love behind. When I got the chance to go back to Maryland and photograph some of my favorites I could not pass it up. This family loves to keep the clothing formal, but with three young boys, there is still plenty of […]Read More