F A M I L Y
THERE IS EXTRAORDINARY IN THE ORDINARY.
Documentary family photography, "Day in the Life", is for anyone craving a genuine approach to family photography, where all ages and all definitions of "family" are part of the deal.
Maybe you feel like one of the lucky ones, being part of a family that loves having crazy fun together. Maybe you wish time would slow down for you to snatch one more chocolate covered smile, one more games night, one more goodbye kiss. Maybe you just see life with a fabulous sense of humour and realize that it isn't all pretty roses and squeaky clean kids and that there's no need to show it like that.
For you, family photography is more than just a beautiful picture of everyone sitting together. You want to see personality and emotion, photos that are more art than picture-perfect snapshots, and above all - family photos that are unique and 100% you. Photos of your memories and where they take place: the home you raise your kids in, how every Saturday starts with making pancakes together, how your biggest laughs are in the backyard playing soccer and having water fights. You want to grasp those times and have them reflected in art that you will literally be able to look at forever, long after memories fade and kids grow up. This, is a "Day in the Life".
"Day in the Life"
Immersing myself into your family, consider me a visiting relative on holiday with her camera. Your kids want to go puddle jumping? I'll have my rubber boots ready. Pillow fight at bedtime? Let the feathers fly. Quiet coffee on the deck? I won't disturb your peace. I am there to document your family's life and love.
Family sessions are in-home and/or outdoors, and are sessions of 3 hours, 6 hours, or 12 hours.
When you look at your pictures, you will see the treasured artifacts of your actual life: the dog barking and chasing your diaper-clad toddler around the yard, the face-off over a heated game of Pictionary, and the warm bedtime snuggles and story time.
Interested in talking more? Send me a note, I'd love to hear from you!
What my clients have said...
"There is no angry way to say bubbles" -- Unknown
... you know you tried.