Hi Everyone and welcome to July!
Usually, I would be knee deep (and then some) in wedding photography, family sessions and events. This year, for all of us, it’s been a little different.
I have missed my weddings terribly BUT I get to shoot all of them still with either adjustments made to the day or just a year later. So I am truly thankful to still get to capture those important and special days.
Instead, I get to throw myself into the beauty of more family sessions this summer time! My Lavender sessions are kicking off this Sunday and I really can’t wait to get you and your loved ones in the awesomeness of the purple sea!
Combine that with my golden hour sessions, wheat field sessions, heather sessions, meadow sessions and any other sessions my lovely families and humans want to suggest, I really am a busy lady this season and after fearing that I wouldn’t have many people in front of my camera this year, the Universe heard my sadness and gave me a chance to throw myself in. So I did!
Up until the end of September, I have dates available for Wheat field photos, beach, meadow or field during early morning or golden hour plus a super special location which I am really excited about…currently top secret but will be revealed soon!
I want to tell you a little bit about why I feel photos are so important.
In 2012 my son made an early appearance into this world after suffering two strokes in the womb. My Husband and I spent most of our time in the hospital after he was born, so much so that we didn’t get to have the beautiful newborn pictures of him and all of us as a family. I didn’t even get to have a cuddle with him until he was two weeks old.
Taking our baby home and being together as a family after a hell of a fight to keep him here in this life, it created a passion and motivation to push my photography from a clinical role in my day job, to a family and lifestyle type of creation.
We had so many days where we told we wouldn’t get a future with our child and for the universe to give us a miracle and everything we had dreamt of, there was no way I couldn’t not document his everyday and I do, everyday.
My ambition and the reason why I became a family photographer, is to create those authentic moments and memories with you and your Humans. For you to look at your pictures, remember and feel everything you did in that moment and to pass these photographs down through your family and they will to feel how you felt in that moment.
Life is precious, beyond more than I thought I would ever know. Make sure you capture the lives of you and your loved ones.