Your body after a baby is such a foreign thing. Even if you wait to do pictures until a month or so after your baby is born, chances are your body will still be very different from your body before you had a baby. I’m talking about achey boobs, pain sitting, and just feeling overall a tiny bit more like a zombie than a human.Read More
Due to a few unforeseen events, this maternity session ended up happening after the sun set on Discovery Park in Seattle. Aparna and Sunith are so excited to be parents and it couldn’t be more obvious. They haven’t lived in the Seattle area long (they relocated from India to the Carolinas to New York and now here), so I was worried about the support they would have after the baby arrives- but Sunith’s parents are already here and they will have both sets of parents staying with them for a couple of months.Read More
I shoot family sessions in a variety of locations. Although I will always go over what is best for your family once we are in contact, I want to share some information about each type of location in order to help you choose. Today I'll highlight the reasons to pick your own house as the session location. First of all, 99% of my newborn sessions are held at home. When it comes to newborn sessions, it is a pretty easy decision. However, having a newborn is not the only reason to have a family photography session in your home. Here are five more:Read More
Five Things That Worked When Photographing a Big Family Outdoors at Bedtime
We scheduled the family photo session around the best light.
The family wore a mix of patterns and styles for the photos.
We were all flexible and understanding with the kids.
I brought gummies to bribe the kids with. Ha! It totally worked too.
I gave directions and posed everyone throughout the session.