When I first met Michelle & Brandon at their maternity session, I could feel how incredibly excited they were to meet their son. Waiting nine months to meet the little one must take so much patience! Look how absolutely cute Silas is! From pregnancy to parenthood, Michelle, Brandon, & Silas:
I met up with Angela and Charlie in Old Town, Alexandria–where I photograph frequently–but we explored a whole different area than the standard King Street, and with awesome results! It was sunny and freezing, but we had so much fun you can’t even tell! (Although, if they turned the camera around on me, I had… Read more »
Last week, I went on a studio tour of Nh.D and got to check out all of the insane awesomeness and inspiration that was in every corner and on every wall! Check out this studio tour and then we can all be jealous together:
I seriously cannot believe I haven’t blogged this yet! Too busy ogling over the cutest/prettiest/most fun photos on the entirety of the internet. So! You’re wondering what my new blog project is, dear reader(s if I’m lucky)?
There’s something absolutely magical about newborn photography. Seeing a new little human who has only lived a few days–sleepy and tiny but with so much personality already–it’s sort of totally crazy. I photographed Katie & Graham’s maternity session a few months ago (which I just realized I haven’t blogged yet and will get that one… Read more »
Thomas might just be one of the happiest babies I’ve met. He was excited for hugs and loved being thrown up in the air (because who doesn’t?!), and has the cutest little smile! Plus, I got to photograph the family dog too since our session was at Thomas’s house. I love when family pets wiggle… Read more »
I’ve been looking through this year’s images for the past few days but didn’t quite get to finish looking through them all. So, I’m sure I’m missing a few, but here are a bunch of my favorite shots from 2012. It’s been a really awesome year. My proofing site swears I delivered 24,501 images this… Read more »
I met up with Julie & Patrick for a just-because-we-love-each-other couples photo session (so much fun!). We shopped around the DC Fish Market for a bit and then headed across the river for a picnic in Arlington. Love!
Lifestyle family photography sessions are always fun because they allow me to hang back and capture families in action. Having an adventure to focus on is great for kids who may not be too excited about having their photos taken, because it takes their mind off the camera and gets em all riled up!