Category Archives: Families

The 4 Best Locations for Your Next Family Photo Session

I just finished talking about my tips for choosing a location and planning a session that’s meaningful to your family over on IGTV and I wanted to also be sure that I included this here for all my blog readers. I created a super easy one-page brainstorming worksheet that you can print and use to brainstorm with your family. Grab some coffee, your favorite pen, and start marking this baby up. You’ll be on your way to planning THE best and most unique family session you’ve ever had!

Fayetteville Empty-Home Family Photo Session | The C Family | Fayetteville, NC Photographer

Our homes are the core of family life. You see, we may leave during the day, but home is the place you return to, where so much of our lives takes place. Think of the milestones we reach, the traditions we build, the moments we witness, all things that are super important to document. Abby wanted to capture her and her little family in their home one last time before they embarked on their newest adventure out of state.

The W Family | Fayetteville Rose Garden Family Photo Session

Can we just reminisce the first half of the summer for a second?? I mean, this sweet session with the Wight family was in the verrryyy beginning of the season and it feels like time is just slipping on by! I’m super excited to share more of this sweet Fayetteville rose garden family photo session with…

I booked a session, now what should I wear?

10 Tips for choosing what to wear for family photos Confession time! The first time we had professional photos taken of the two of us was on our wedding day – and not even the actual wedding day, it was the vow renewal. The second time? Three years later, in the cool Richmond fall. Slightly…

The K Family | Fayetteville, NC Documentary Photographer

I know you’ve heard me say it before, but it’s seriously never been more true: I love my job as a family documentary photographer. I’m biased of course, but I think it’s the coolest job out there. I mean, I get to help families build their visual legacy. Quite literally, I’m a family historian, a…

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