This darling young lady should change her name to Little Miss Sunshine. She was filled with such JOY and gave her mother and I giggles non-stop. Check out her beautiful big eyes!
Here is another beautiful mom with her two sons in East Hampton. This photo captures the essence of RealPhoto, celebrating life with photography.
It took enormous effort to get this family of five on board for photos, work, sports and travel complicates things for older families. The results are so WORTH IT! Beautiful mom is especially thrilled to capture her family all together on this happy summer day.
This mom and her two daughters have gorgeous hair! We chose this this casual setting with no perfect posture required.
My photo sessions take me from board rooms to park benches to rumpled beds. I love them all!
I love photographing siblings when they are young and quick to hug. Look at these two, no personal space required. Take these photos as often as you can.
I adore meaningful gifts for my husband David on Father’s Day. These photos honor the unique relationship each of our children has with “Daddy.” I love seeing the warmth in their body language. Together we can capture the same meaningful gift with a photo session that you will treasure for a life time.
This baby girl was recently christened on a cold January Sunday. Fortunately, St. Philip’s Cathedral in Atlanta has a beautiful atrium with natural light. I adore Miss C’s giggle and I treasure being a part of celebrating life, in this case Christian life, thru photography.
It is hard to get a Huckleberry Finn type of boy slow down for a photo session. Why should he sit when Central Park is filled with rocks to climb and dogs to pet?
I love this soulful photo of a boy I have watched grow up so handsomely. Soulful eyes and a peaceful smile.
Photographing families is meaningful work and this photo particularly shows the love of a mother for her two sons. She naturally cuddled her precious boys into her face and snap, the photo says everything.
I suggest that families book photo sessions at least every other year. The days are long and the years are short. My 2nd child is headed to college and I miss these intimate photos.
This family had to rush off to a baseball game immediately following our photos, sound familiar?