I really missed these guys last year when I was on Covid hiatus. I’ve been doing annual sessions with them since 2015, back when Silas and Avery were tiny, so it’s crazy to see how tall they’re getting these days! Ridenour Lake was a perfect Fall location, too — so many leaves on the trails!
It had been three years since the last time I did photos for Claire and her family, and her girls looked so grown up compared to the last session! We were dying in the 90 degree weather, but we at least missed the rainstorm that came through right as we wrapped things up!
Because of Covid, I hadn’t seen this family in quite some time, but it was great to work with them again for little Mayah’s first birthday! She was such a good-natured baby and so fun to shoot. Big sis Norah was a big help, of course!
I love seeing how much my smallest subjects change between photo sessions. Seems like they’ve grown a foot every time I see them! This was the last session I had in 2020 before the pandemic hit, so I remember it fondly.
I’ve been working with Alex and Ian since their wedding back in 2015, and this is the second time I’ve had the pleasure of doing maternity photos for them. Little Harper is getting a sister very soon!
I’m obviously a bit biased here, since Marceline is my daughter and Bailey is my niece, but these are some of the cutest holiday photos ever! They had so much fun cracking eggs, mixing dough, and decorating cookies for this shoot. My sister-in-law always has the best photo set-ups!
I love working with Marcy and her family! I’ve been doing sessions with them for years now, and every time has been a treat. We met up at the covered bridge in Milton this time, and the autumn vibes were such a gorgeous backdrop!
This session had tons of family shots perfect for Christmas cards! The Capitol grounds are always a great location for any shoot. 🙂
It had been a few years since I’d seen this family! We timed the fall foliage pretty perfectly, so the light in these photos makes me almost as happy as little Owen’s adorable smiles!