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!
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!
These guys are long-time clients, which gives me the joy of seeing their kids growing up from behind my camera. Kaden and Karley are just the sweetest, and I love the way these photos turned out.
I’ve been lucky enough to know this bunch since fifth grade, and I’ll tell you, families don’t come any sweeter. I’ve done photos for them many time over the years, but this time they wanted group shots for Christmas. We used the train depot in downtown Princeton, WV for our backdrop and I love the pops of red against the blue.
I’ve been doing photos with Claire and Lorelai for years now, and our most recent session included new members of her beautiful family! I love the light and colors in these — and of course all the smiling little faces!
Fall family photos! Just can’t get enough of these guys. :)
I had the honor to photograph little Madeline’s baptism at the Basilica of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart here in Charleston. What a gorgeous church, wonderful family, and beautiful day!
Someone’s excited to be a big sister! What a sweet session this was! We used the always-lovely Wine Cellar Park in Dunbar as our location, which gave these pics some rustic, late-Autumn charm.
Marcy’s family is always such a joy to photograph! Her kids are hilarious and sweet, and you never know what kind of cute shots you’ll get with them. :) I never expected the chicken, for example!