Posts Tagged ‘documentary’

Lovely Little Linnea

Why do I love family lifestyle sessions and family documentary so much?  Because when everyone involved really commits to the idea that we’re just trying to capture real life–plain and simple–that’s when the magic happens, people :)

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Brand New Bryer

A few of my favorites from a recent newborn family shoot in Seattle.  Big sis loves the camera just as much as her new little bro.

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The Beyer-Harris Family

I love how family lifestyle shoots can turn into anything you want them to!  We spend a couple of hours together, almost always starting in home.  This lets kids feel comfortable just being themselves.  I’m on their turf and they can lead the way.  It’s part of what helps build trust with them so that…

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Why Family documentary is a priority for my own family

Every year for the past four years, my family has hired a photographer to come and document us.  These images are more special to me than pretty much anything else in the world.  I’ve boiled it down to 4 main resons why we’ve made it a priority, while showing you the work of a couple…

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The Gregory’s in South Lake Union

Griffin is such a cool kid–I love that he had a good chance to show off all his parkour moves during our session spent galavanting around South Lake Union.  Also, if you *haven’t* spent some time galavanting around South Lake Union, I highly recommend it!  So much cool new architecture and beautiful sculptures to check…

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The Wardners: Family Documentary

Nicole got in touch with me one day, asking if there was any way I could come out to North Dakota and document a day in the life of her and her family on their farm. Nicole and I grew up together in MN–rode the same bus, joined the same 4-H club, and she was my…

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