That's when I discovered lifestyle family photography, a cross between documentary photography and traditional posed portraits.
The images I saw, glimpses into unguarded, authentic, loving family moments, moved me.
I felt the photos.
To give clients like you stunning images full of life and meaning and connection.
Images captured during a fun & relaxed session where all that is asked of you is that you slow down and enjoy one another.
A session where you don’t have to worry about whether the kids will cooperate, because running free and playing is
"You're really good at putting people at ease."
I remember when I first became a family photographer, feeling dissatisfied with the stiff, uncomfortable, cookie-cutter photos I was delivering to my clients.
Here they were, giving a newbie like me a chance
- I wanted to give them more.
I wanted to give them images that them, images they could , not just see.
MY CLIENTS DESERVED IMAGES THAT MEANT SOMETHING.
And I knew my calling.
That’s why I do what I do
- so you can treasure gorgeous, connected, meaningful images
for generations to come.
My little family
- My Husband
I'll pass on the wine and instead root through the cooler for a
nice pilsner, kolsch, or lager.
Don't mind if I do!
A COLD LAGER
I excel at them.
This is not a beach girl.
Instead, give me the mountains and a long hike. Give me a cold beer cracked over my camp stove while cooking dinner next to a tent somewhere in our beautiful mountain West.
This is my family.
We love roadtrips, traveling, the great outdoors, and making each other laugh with stupid jokes.
Yes, I know it's weird.
(pictured: one of my landscape photographs in a national park known for its grizzlies -
it's why I go.
I believe your photography session should be fun and relaxed, for everyone.
I believe you shouldn’t have to worry about whether the kids behave, because I’ve got this.
I believe your session should be a time to simply slow down and enjoy one another.
I believe your photographs should be as meaningful as they are beautiful.
When they're the first thing that people grab when the house is on fire,
you know they're precious.