Carmen and Brad wanted some photos to celebrate their fifth anniversary as a couple. They chose their first apartment together as the location, which I love because it’s so personal. Plus, their place is super stylish and bright. And they’re pretty cute together too.
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Maryjo wanted some documentary family photos while her parents were visiting in the fall. It was a pretty relaxed afternoon, but we got some sweet candids and even a few nice portraits with her parents, fiance, and cute dog Jayden. Her folks are pretty darn adorable together after all these years and I wish MJ and Chris the same kind of future together.
Wrapping up my series of family documentary sessions with fellow photographers is an evening shoot with food photographer Elizabeth Nyland‘s family. Of course, they did some baking, since Elizabeth is an awesome chef (and cookbook author). The kids were pretty into it too. Then they played a couple of rounds of Sushi Go and heading outside for some trampolining until the cookies were ready.
I photographed another fellow photographer’s family this spring, the lovely Jenny Hindley. It was really fun getting to know her better and meet her husband and two kids. This family is pretty busy usually, so this was a rare afternoon at home, but it was an accurate snapshot of the love they all have for each other and the total silliness that results. So much happened in the three hours we spent together, so check it out below.
Back in spring, I enjoyed spending a couple of hours with fellow photographer Maryam‘s family in their home. She takes a lot of photos of her adorable boys, and of course her husband, but it’s nice to be able to give them some photos with all four of them (and their dog too). I took a ton of photos of the boys, as expected, because they’re so cute and lively. This one little family went through so many activities and emotions in just a couple of hours. I’ll let the photos tell you the rest.