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FAMILIES

My family photo sessions are super laid back. I show up at your home on a weekend morning, and for the hour/hour and a half that I’m there, I’ll follow you and your babe(s) around with my camera, capturing all that you do together, just as you are. That’s it. I may step in to encourage some interaction, but I’ll mostly sit back and watch all the good stuff naturally unfold. Why are my sessions in-home? Home is where we’re most comfortable to be ourselves and where we grow as a family together. I look to capture what’s real—how you genuinely connect with each other. Yes, I’m all for a beautifully sweet, smiling portrait, but I’d love to get to show you the way you are as a family. I live for those ordinary moments of everyday life: a silly face from your toddler, a game of peek a boo on the changing table—it’s the stuff we want to remember. Just be yourselves, forget I’m even there, and I promise you some beautiful family photos. It’s the small, everyday details and fleeting moments that make up our stories, and I think they’re so worth documenting. I’d be so happy to document yours for you.

My shoots are perfect for:
- Families who appreciate candid and natural photos.
- People who aren’t comfortable in front of the camera.
- Silly kids who can’t sit still.

My rate: $300 for a 60-90 minute session and at least 50 high resolution images via a password protected online gallery.

See some of the families I’ve worked with here.

 
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SMALL GATHERINGS

I love photographing small events and gatherings. With a documentary eye, I look to capture genuine connections and interactions between people, the joyful moments, the small moments, and the little details you spent hours on Pinterest narrowing down. My hope is that I hand over photos that beautifully tell the story of your day.

Types of gatherings I shoot:
Showers, birthdays, small weddings, and receptions.

My rates vary based on each project—get in touch and let’s work together!

See some of the small gatherings I’ve documented here.