What to expect…
• I have a passion for capturing authentic and candid moments of your little ones! I want you to look back at your captured memories years from now and have your heart melt at the joy in your child’s eyes when they giggle, little hands pulling themselves up for the first time, and the curls that one day they will want cut off, and all the milestones in between. I promise to capture your child just as they are.
•Best times for scheduling photos sessions are mornings and evenings. Please click on the Book Your Session link on the main page to check on availability of days for scheduling.
•If we challenging weather we will reschedule the session for the next convenient time for both of us. Although I adore shooting in all weather! Hair blowing, rain falling, and snow drifting all make for amazing and unique moments!
•I encourage you to suggest fun ideas and bring any special props to your session that are a reflection of your child. That creates a more personal experience and uniqueness to your images.
•I will provide you with an online gallery of high resolution images available for immediate download 2-3 weeks after the session and a print release. A print release will allow you to print the photos at your lab of choice. I will recommend a lab, but you are free to print them elsewhere. I do ask you respect my work and not crop or re-edit the photos in any way.
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I’ve been trying to do better at capturing my own little ones moments and day to day life. A few weeks ago weView full post »
Met the cutest kids last night for a Pasture Session! And probably some of the most photogenic! I just smiled at themView full post »
These girls! They are absolutely stunning! There are times when I think having girls would be fun…and this is oneView full post »
Last night’s Pasture Session was especially special! I got to see Annalise Pragel (Prayers For The Pragels) againView full post »
Little Ariah turned ONE! She is so incredibly precious! These were all taken during a Pasture Session! Can you believeView full post »