Our two little cousins were visiting from New York for a week and I wanted to capture this visit. Since the cousins only see each other once a year, I wanted to be sure to capture both posed photos for the grandparents and some photos of their sweet interactions. We held this session on a little trail near my home. We made sure the two littlest cousins napped that afternoon so they were their silly little selves for the photos. Big success!
Jessica contacted me to take some photos of her children with her parents during their summer visit. We rescheduled the session when we learned that her niece and nephew would be visiting later in the month. We met on a lovely evening at sunset. The cousins interacted beautifully with one another and the grandparents watched on with pleasure. It makes me so happy to capture images when extended families are reunited!
I am the yearbook photographer at my sons' elementary school. I am in and out of the classroom photographing both the children and the teachers. My son's Kindergarden teacher contacted me to take some photos of her family while her sister and brother-in-law were visiting this summer. All the elements for this session were in my favor - beautiful weather, gorgeous location and a lovely family.
Nicole contacted me to take their first family photos with baby Cam while they were visiting over 4th of July weekend. I had photographed Nicole and Greg's cousins last fall. We met at the McPolin Farm in Park City, UT. It was a sunny, cool evening. There were so many sweet, natural interactions to capture with this new family unit. It's hard work being 2 months old and posing for photos, but I think baby Cam was a natural. She was precious.