Family Photography

Family First. Sweet Family Photography Second. 

The most common thing I hear from my clients is that they wish they took more Family Photos, more often. Moms get in the photos with our kids.  Stop making those excuses.  We are living in the digital age and chances are your are the one holding the iPhone and never in the picture.  Your children deserve a portrait with you in it.  Being a Family Photographer is so fulfilling because I get to see so many generations come together in groups to share special moments.

Whether it’s just your immediate family or you’re looking for 2-3 generations; I’d love to schedule a family photo session with you today!

Stress Free. Comfortable. Easy.

Preparing for your Family Photo Session should be a fun experience.  We’ll connect to talk about any ideas you have including the dreaded what to wear question.  Most importantly we will have fun together and create an amazing memory for your family.  Whether it’s a more formal family portrait, a fun picture of you all together or a generation of families to cherish we will create the best artwork for your home.

Commonly Asked Questions about your Family Photography Sessions:

Q. Can we bring our pet?

A. Yes of course! Your furry friends are often your first children.  And what family portrait is complete without every member included.

Q. Do you only shoot in studio?

A. No,  While the majority of my sessions take place in studio I offer family images outdoors during select times in the fall.  If your looking for an outdoor experience then keep watching or contact me to be put on the fall schedule.

Q. I’m not photogenic will you tell me what to do?

A. Absolutely I will help you look your best.  Everyone that comes in feels this way but leaves after their session feeling beautiful and knowing we got fabulous images.

Q. How many times can we change my outfits / settings?

A. As many as you’d like in the 60-90 minutes we have together. With most of my clients, we switch it up 1 to 2 times, time permitting. With larger groups it is best to stick with one look to save on time for everyone.  Adding accessories is always a fun element to a family portrait.

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