Meeting Virgina + Allan was so heartwarming. They’ve known each other since 4 years old, and started to date at the age of 23. Now at this stage of their love, the love has blossomed with their newest addition, Brooklyn.
Virginia wanted to capture Brooklyn in her first days, to have that memory forever. I was so proud and humbled to be the one to do that for her. These are the moments that remind me how much I truly love my job. What a blessing.
Brooklyn, with her tiny little fingers, and cute button nose, was absolutely precious. I didn’t have to do much to show off how cute she was. She was a doll!
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It’s that wonderful time of the year again. And after the year that we have had, We need all the positivity and enlightening spirit we can get.
This year has made you realize the things that truly matter. It’s not fancy clothes, going out and spending money at the clubs, it’s pending time with love ones and not taking them or their time for granted.
We never really know when it’s going to be the last time we see that favorite cousin, that uncle that always makes you laugh, or your grandmother who spends all her days in the kitchen making your favorite meals.
Family feeds your soul, they are always there to bluntly tell you the truth even if you don’t wanna hear it, and always be the ones to have your back in public, and then yell at you about in private.
It’s all love.
This session was so heartwarming for me to do, I’ve known my neighbors for almost 20 years, (Damn I’m getting old) And I’ve never seen My neighbor Liz, once show off any family photos.
Which is why this year I told her that nothing would make me happier than gifting her a family session with her family. Her daughter who’s away at college, her teenage son who is almost about to finish high school and her loving husband of many many moons.
They’ve been through so much this year, and if I could bring a little joy into their lives I was going to do that.
As soon as I told her the news she got so excited, and straightaway knew that she wanted everybody in pajamas, at home, all cozied up together. It was perfect.
It was great to see everybody laughing, and enjoying themselves at the session. John and Liz even showed me their last portrait session taken 17 years ago, when the kids were so tiny. It was taken at Sears and it was hung up on the living room wall and you can instantly see the style of the 90’s.
I laughed and joked that it was about damn time!
They both mentioned they couldn’t wait to get their new ones printed and framed to show off to anyone that walks in through the doors.
Once I delivered the gallery, I received messages of praises. This is one of the best feelings that comes with job, making those memories tangible.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday and cherish the ones you have next to you.
Feliz Noche Buena! It’s here guys we officially made it, it’s the holidays! It hasn’t been the easiest year, but it’s time to celebrate, we definitely deserve it.
I have about 3 to 4 years working with Darlene from Suitheelscurves , my favorite blogger. She focuses on everything from lifestyle, family and plus size fashion. She’s so freaking sweet and every time we work together, it’s always fun!
Since we like to work together in batches, let me explain, we take one day, with a whole bunch of outfits, and create content in bulk. So to me I didn’t think it was out of the ordinary to show up and go in one a few concepts today.
Little did I know that’s Arlene, had a pretty nice surprise up her sleeve, or should I say in her belly!
Creating these announcement images for Darlene was such a blessing, I definitely jumped up and down and gave her a huge hug! Now Michaela is going to be a big sister and her excitement is nothing short of enthusiastic.
Dear Santa, this year, a family of 3 will become a family of 4!
I’ve been itching to photograph a Daddy + Me session. As much as I adore documenting mother’s I’ve been wanting an intimate session that captures the love of fatherhood. So when I was blessed with the opportunity to photograph Mo and his son, Hunter, there was no way I was saying no.
Our day started with some brisk air, which I was worried was going to be a little bit too cold for Hunter. We decided to shoot full force right under the sun to keep warm, which ended up making things perfect, while I promoted Dad and little man to run around and play.
Once Hunter started skipping, chasing daddy and playing tag, his shyness quickly faded.
What a great mini session with father and son. As always, I’m honored to be that fly on the wall with my camera. You don’t always need a special occasion to hire a photographer, it’s those little movements that matter the most.
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It’s a beautiful day, and nothing makes me happier than basking in new love. I met client Alison, last year during a Vision Board workshop, and here I am later, helping her express her new found love to her cousin Michelle. Michelle has started her journey into motherhood, and I love it when someone books me as a gift! Extending your family is always beautiful, especially when there’s a new baby to celebrate. Baby boy at only 3 weeks old, so tiny and fragile, I felt so honored knowing that Alison trusted me in documenting such a milestone for her family.
Family is everything.
One of my favorite portraits taken from our session together. You can just feel the appreciation from Mom & Dad, for their new baby boy Killian.
There’s nothing like staying in at home all comfy on a rainy day… it’s even better when you’re surrounded by loved ones. I get the privilege of being a fly on the wall, and allowing you to bask in that LOVE. These are the moments that you cherish and I get to help you do that.
Thank you Alison, for allowing me to part of such a wonderful chapter in your lives. If you’re intersted in a session of your own, you can view my services here.
One of my favorite things to do is to let kids be kids. Let’s face it, when we (adults) try so hard to get children to stay still for a photograph, it get’s a little complicated.
Sometimes it’s good to let go, and let the little humans express themselves the best way they know how- by playing.
Aiden is so full of energy, and I really wanted to capture that.
I asked him what his favorite toy today was, and he pulled out his trusty trampoline and told me all about it (while jumping up and down).
I’m so content with how these images came out, and if I would have forced him to sit still, I wouldn’t have captured how authentic and full of life he is.
What are some of your favorite ways to capture kiddies on camera?
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I get the cutest tiniest humans for clients, I swear!
I haven’t seen Shana in such a long time, it was nice playing catch up and seeing her as a mom. Her daughter Mia is the cutest little thing, with the chunkiest cheeks and big blue eyes.
At first she wasn’t too impressed with seeing so much photography equipment in her play space. Once I broke everything down to make her feel more comfortable she had attitude went a full 180!
Here was this adorable. spunky, and playful girl. She really liked playing in her biog brother’s bed. Dad was super helpful as well, and not to mention, his cooking was delicious.
Thanks for having me over guys and trusting me to capture the essence of your family.