Category Archive: Family Portraits

An Evening Stroll with the Boys

Last weekend I photographed one of my dear friends and her adorable boys. Of course they just wanted to run ~ so that’s what I photographed. Such a beautiful family!

Stormy Weather

I love me some stormy weather! Looking at it and photographing in it. The spring weather is a bit unpredictable, and I’ve had to reschedule several sessions, but for those who don’t mind… Continue reading

The Moments in Between

I love the photos that are taken before and after the family portraits. I find that these shots are often the ones families choose to hang on their wall. The family portraits are of… Continue reading

Scarlett’s First Birthday

Don’t you wish you could remember those first tasty bites of birthday cake? I’ll bet it was delicious! Happy Birthday to this sweet tot!

Jaquel + Alex

I photographed Jaquel and Alex’s wedding last year and they booked me for a first anniversary shoot. I was thrilled because they really are adorable and still so much in newly wed bliss.… Continue reading

Wonder Dog

Okay I know my blog needs some love so how about a picture of a flying dog? I snapped this shot last weekend of this family pet bouncing through an open field. I can… Continue reading

The Draper Family

This lovely little family with two kids and an expectant mama braved the cold weather to do a shoot by the trains in Charleston. My favorite shot is the black and white portrait… Continue reading

The Poynton Family

When Kimberly first contacted me for a family photo shoot I wrote down three important things: 1. She did’t have many photos of her and her husband together. 2. Her husband was very… Continue reading

Welcome to the world Scarlet!

After photographing this 6 week-old beauty I had to keep reminding myself that I already had my hands full at home!  Those chubby little legs, tiny toes and sweet baby breath reminded me… Continue reading

The Horjes Family

I know I have said this before, but  I absolutely mean it: I love this family. I had the opportunity to get to know them while I worked at Open Classroom. They volunteered so… Continue reading