portraits of A

If you’ve been wanting to do some portraits - for business, for fun, for you, for any reason - what’s been stopping you? How often a week do you want something and say to yourself “eh, it’s only $20 - I won’t miss $20”? In ten years, will you still have all those $20 impulse buys? Or what about the $5 you spend on coffee four times a week? In ten years you WILL have those pictures you decided to have taken. You’ll look back at them and say DAMN I looked GOOD. I had spunk. I had flair. I had fun. I’m glad I did that.

Let’s create some beauty together.

R family

Back again! Alex has been one of my best friends for…15 years? Holy wow. Seeing her as a mother of two is a pleasure, she is exactly in her element. That goes for her husband, Dan as well - they’re both amazing caretakers and givers, and they’re littles are lucky to have them. (Heck - she’s even listed as my ‘mother’ on facebook, and I don’t plan on changing that…ever)

In-home newborn session - Baby C

I've always loved babies, but after working with a local in-hospital photography service for the past couple years I've realized how special those first few moments of life are. Babies change so crazy fast that it's so important to document those fleeting moments. And I've learned that even when everything feels like a whirlwind, it'll be those crazy moments that you feel nostalgic for later on.

In-home newborn sessions are one of my favorite things to shoot. Babies are so innately adorable, adding tens of props and odd poses really doesn't do them any justice on their own. So I like to sit back, and document life as it happens. I want to capture those first moments of them in their own crib, dad feeding the baby so mom can finally take a shower, siblings meeting for the first time. Real life doesn't have to be glamorous, but it's emotional and it's beautiful. And you'll be so happy to have those memories documented.