Ah, I absolutely LOVE THESE photos, and this entire family actually. They are family, and it is such a wonderful thing to work with family. My sister-in-law is a creative momma, who stays home with her beautiful children, and strives to create a world full of exploration, fun, and learning for her children (you can check out her blog Sense of Wonder, to get some great ideas for family time). But, she wanted to do a creative family portrait session, something that she felt captured the essence of her little clan. She decided she wanted to do a painting themed family portrait. It was awesome! I loved this session, it was quick, powerful, and FUN! The poses came naturally, the family was all smiles, and it just worked. This session makes my soul clap. Enjoy.
This was my first photo session working in Georgetown, TX and I loved it. So many interesting places to work with. The best part was, we could really romp around the town, go into the street, and casually stroll about. The downtown was empty! We found this adorable little toy shop, All Things Kids, and they kindly let us photograph inside. I am definitely headed back, if for no other reason to buy some wooden toys for my little guys.
Anyway, the shoot was great. I got to work with the adorable King family once again. We did a session together about 6 months ago. What a difference 6 months make, little M had changed so much since the last time I had seen her. She is beautiful, sweet, and hilarious. She was a blast to work with, as were mom and dad. I can’t wait until next time to document the next stage of her little life. Enjoy the photographs!
This weekend I had the honor of working with the Dial Family. We go way back, and it is so wonderful to watch this family grow and change. I love having the opportunity to document special times in their lives’. Right now, the family is anxiously awaiting their new home. This is their forever home, and you can feel the excitement building as they house makes its way from the ground up. It is because of this that we started their session at the building site. From there, we headed over to Reed Park for some green grass (thankfully!) and playground fun. As always it was a fun and amazing shoot. I just love this bunch!