I can't even begin to tell you how much I adore this family. I've been documenting their moments since their engagement session over three years ago. It truly means the world to me to be there as my couples grow their family. When they asked me to take photos of Lincoln for his one year birthday I couldn't say no are you kidding me? How could I resist this little man?
Earlier this year I ran portrait special, shortly after I announced it I received a call from my friend Aimee. She gave me the low down of their close friends that fortunately and unfortunately were moving to Texas for work. As you will see, they have 5 kids and most of you know that involves of a LOT of friends from all ages. Needless to say, it's never fun having to move to a completely different part of the country after you have spent so much time building friendships.
Anyways...Aimee and a few of their friends pitched in and purchased a portrait special from me as a going away gift. All I can say is, priceless....The session was followed up with a HUGE going away party at a local park.
Canon 5DM3 // VSCO Film 5 (Slidefilm)
Once again I had the pleasure of photographing the Norrdin Family. It's amazing how time flies, the last time we got together their little man was just learning to walk and now he's all grown up, having conversations and knowing what's what. It's great to see growth in my clients families, it makes me so happy to be able to capture moments these in their lives. Honestly, it's why I love what I do for a living!
Canon 5DM2 // VSCO Film pack 4
Several months ago I donated a portrait session to the Beechwood Foundation Auction in Fullerton, CA. What a stellar organization doing nothing but great things for our local youth in the community. I am always down to support and give back as much as I can, especially now that I have a son. I believe this time around they raised over $50K! How awesome is that? I am so happy to be a part of it.
Well, the winner of my session is truly awesome, when I arrived she just wanted me to capture both of her boys at this stage in their life. What a great idea! Kids grow up so quickly it's hard to really capture those varies stages in their lives. So for sure I was happy to accommodate her request and I will add I had a blast photographing both of them.
Thank you again Mrs. Graham for your donation and helping out the Beechwood Foundation!