i loved that when this client contacted me about photos she wanted to meet in person. in this age of digital and impersonal communication it’s hard to truly connect in a phone call or an email. to me connections are what life is all about so it was an easy request to fulfill. we sat at starbucks for several hours chatting about family, life and photography. i loved her instantly. and i knew, because of our personal connection, that our session together set for a few weeks later would be just as lovely.
and it was. the sun was out in full force but it served us well by warming up the kids so photographing the group was as easy as can be. they absolutely swallowed me up with their smiles and excitement for the shoot. there weren’t any awkward moments even though we had a pretty large group to capture before that afternoon sunset.
i applaud families that recognize the gift of time together and invest in capturing it. and it’s truly an honor to be chosen. i know just how many incredible talented photographers we have here in colorado. i appreciate the opportunity to share my passion and talent with the families who trust me to document their moments.
mom admitted to me during our coffee together that she and her husband had’t been photographed together in 20 years. she asked if we could set some time for just them to do a quick mini session. of course we did! and how adorable are they?
and i got to spend some time with each individual family as well.
thank you ALL for working with me to capture your special family time this past holiday season. i truly enjoyed being around each of you!