Another goody from last summer. Peyton is about to have a little sister, so I'd say it's time I share these solo photos of her. That blonde hair and those bloomers get me just as much as her sweet personality. What a cutie!
Some people say that the photography community is super saturated, and while that may be true, I also say that it's super connected. I've met some of the BEST people in this industry—talented photographers turned friends who live cities and states away.
I was lucky enough to get to know Christen of Everleigh Photography when she second shot a Cincinnati wedding with me last year. She's the sweetest, uber talented and has the most precious family! I got to witness the latter at an in-home family session at Christen's family's Northern Kentucky home last fall.
If I haven't mentioned lately how much I love cozy, in-home lifestyle sessions, I'll say it again. I love them. When we have a family, I hope to capture the everyday, just like Christen and her family did here.
I have so, so many shoots and weddings to share with you, so let's start with a holiday shoot that has my heart. This family of three wanted to celebrate Baby Annie's first Christmas at a Christmas tree farm, and Medina Christmas Tree Farm was kind enough to let us use their gorgeous property. It didn't hurt that it was a beautiful November day and we got a golden sunset!
Jesse, Maggie and Annie are such a joyful family and aren't afraid to laugh at themselves. I loved every minute and may need to get back to a tree farm to shoot mini sessions next year! ;)
I've gotten to photograph Miss Gabrielle since she was born, and let me tell you ... I adore this family. Cedric, Karla and Gabrielle are the kindest, funniest, most joyful people. It makes my job photographing them pretty darn easy.
We met up in downtown Hudson just after Gabrielle turned three and I photographed them playing together. It was a pretty eventful afternoon walking around the square, blowing bubbles and petting a cat that seemed to follow us wherever we went. :)