You will recognize these faces!
I only have a few minutes to blog these but I loved to much I had to add a few:
Anyone who lives in Idaho right now (or the Pacific Northwest for that matter) knows how bad the smoke has been this week. This session almost didn't happen but we got SO lucky and it cleared out a little so we could still make it work!
Here are a few of my favorite from this session:
This is what 50 years of marriage looks like <3.
I have been dying to meet this sweet baby girl and I finally did. She was an absolute dream to photograph because she slept the whole time! Meet sweet baby Zoie.
I did it! I have a shooting space!
After some soul searching this winter I decided it was finally time to expand a little bit. I signed a lease for a bigger office so that I could do a little shooting in there as well.
I'm calling it the minimalist studio because it's just that, minimal. It's white and just big enough to fit a queen-sized bed with some walking room.
Why a queen-sized bed? When I do in-home sessions I almost always shoot in the master bedroom. I love the casual look and feel of shooting in there but not all homes are created equal. I wanted to be able to create a nice and bright look that could be recreated over and over again.
I won't be doing normal studio work in this space. It will be specifically for fun and causal families on the bed, headshots, and boudoir. I don't plan on shooting traditional studio portraits in there but may on occasion do some fun events that will be different than just shooting on the bed. For everything else we will still be shooting outside and I will still be doing in-home sessions for those who prefer I come to them. This just opens up a few more options.
Here is a peek into what sessions in my Minimalist Studio will look like. These were some pajama sessions I'm doing.
Stay tuned for a some fun events I'm going to announce in the next few weeks/months!
You've seen this family quite a bit on the blog. I love them. It's been so fun to photograph the big milestones in their lives.
I can't believe little brother is already 8 months old! Seems like I was just photographing this family when they were still a party of three!
It's been a while since I've blogged. I've been swamped and then I went on an amazing trip to New Zealand and Australia!
It was so great to come back and start off my fall season photographing my sweet little nephew. He just turned 1!
This is one of my most favorite families. I've been photographing these guys since big sister was one. I've been able to photograph all of the little sisters after they were born and I even had the opportunity to photograph baby sister's birth!
Needless to say I'm so thankful to have been part of so many major milestones in their lives and even more thankful they keep me around.