A quick sneak peek from this extended family session!
I’ve worked at the same place with Morgan for about 6 years. We chat through Twitter, I laugh at her use of the English language and the slightly twisted way she sees the world. I was honored to photograph her maternity session and soooo glad she volunteered to check out a new location with me and of course her family.
Her husband Joe is quite the character. Like, I’m sarcastic but, he’s got me beat 10 times over.
I love the curiosity of childhood
NOM NOM NOM! thanks for being (delicious) and willing participants 🙂
I’m getting there! I’m close to getting caught up on all these blogs with all these fabulous people who let me into their lives this past year!
This post is dedicated to the family sessions I adored! Thank you for letting me capture your families just the way they are 🙂
As a wedding photographer, I don’t get a chance to shoot a lot of expecting mamas but when I do, I love to focus on the couple as well as the belly. Here are a few frames from the two sessions I did this year that I absolutely love.
Sometimes, it’s not about the location but the spaces you can find in ANY location. That’s what happened with this session. After I finished with their stylized Christmas PJ session with Hannah Anderson pjs, we headed out. Jenna asked me where I thought we should go, a park or something and I said let’s just drive through the village and see what we see. Well, I saw this one wall covered in ivy and a few other nooks and crannies.
I love the images from this session! As a wedding photographer, you have to think on your toes and sometimes when I shoot portraits the location is preplanned out. It was nice to be able to mix the two genres and go with the flow.
As a Long Island Wedding Photographer I know what its like to constantly be on one side of the camera, the taking pictures kind. So when my friend, neighbor and fellow tog said we could swap family pics I was excited!
We took advantage of the park down the road, the gorgeous weather and last of the fall foliage.