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Hi there! I am so excited you decided to stop by and see what I have to offer. It is so important to find the right photographer for you. Before each session, I take time to create a vision board for how I'd like to set up the session. I feel this sets the tone for the session and helps with the overall flow. Sessions are short, and I want to get to know your family in the little time we have together.
I truly believe that everyone deserves family photos whether you have the budget for it now or later. If this is you, please inquire about a custom package or a payment plan that suits your needs. Don't wait and miss out on today's memories.

All sessions include digital images + retouching. RAW photos are not provided, no exceptions. I do not give out any RAW files or unedited images. RAW images are large files that take up a lot of space and include all of the blinking, unfocused, weird faces that are moments that don't necessarily capture  you at your best. I give you all the best images possible.

All sessions are at a lifestyle approach; natural lighting, posing and in your spaces. I do not have studio, however I can book a studio on top of any package. Unfortunately, I no longer offer Wedding photography any longer.


"Lifestyle Photography" what is it [to me]?

To define it, I'd call it a planned version of candid photography. This can sometimes be established with a fun activity - such as baking, exploring a new location or simply in-home just to name a few more visual prompts. In an every day session, I try to achieve this by capturing the moments between. Instead of standing there just smiling at me I'll add a sway, a little walking or a quick activity to unravel those in between moments. At the beginning of each session I encourage you to let whatever moments happen, happen. Lean into that baby trying to kiss you, tickle them when they are serious and take that hug. Biggest of all though, do not get frustrated when kids do not do what you want them to do. I work hard throughout each session (no matter the time frame) to get everyone comfortable and work towards all these must-have shots. Frustration is a sense the kids pick up on and a definite mood killer. Instead, let's be open minded, and focus on having a good time. 

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