Category Archives: Families

Mamma and Me Session

I was thrilled when Isadora reached out for a photo session and said her Mother would also be along. I love generation portraits! It’s something you rarely have a chance to do, it’s so hard getting family all in one place at the same time. We walked around the gardens at Hillside Estate. We walked…

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The McCabe Family -MLK Memorial

This family means the world to me. They are the kindest people. I learned to know them because they lived in the same community as the family I nannied for. They have such deep family roots and incredible hearts. We met at the Martin Luther King Memorial and walked around the Tidal Basin. It was…

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A Fall Family Session at Bartholdi Fountain |Washington, DC Photographer

This session happened on the PERFECT fall day! It was overcast and mild. They ran into some traffic coming into DC-very typical of the metro area- but this is why I plan for a full hour for family sessions. They rarely take an hour but it leaves room for traffic, parking, or a fussy child….

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The Craft Family |U.S. Capitol

This little family couldn’t have been sweeter. And their little girls…oh my! They were adorable. It was a pretty hot afternoon so we took half the photos in the shade of the Capitol and then moved into the Capitol lawn under the trees for the last half of their session. Beth is classic in every…

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Five Fun Family Fall Ideas

Go apple picking -You may not live close to an orchard but even a family drive is worth it! Pick a mild, sunny day and see what you can get into. Bring along a basket or bucket to put your apples into. This is alway a great time to snap a few family photos as…

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The Castleberry Family -Washington, DC Family Photography

This little family was the cutest! Baby Hayes turned one and they wanted to do something fun to celebrate. We started out with a few formal portraits and then did a one year old cake smash. He did NOT hold back! It was so much fun. I loved how the parents joined him too, everyone…

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Mama and Me Session |Washington, DC Family Photographer

The most precious thing… The light was so pretty for Alie and her girls. We started early so it wouldn’t be so warm. The girls danced under the crepe myrtle blossoms and played ring-round-the-rosie. It was the perfect morning to capture this Mama with her girlies.

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The Brady Family |Washington, DC Family Photographer

Maria does so well with scheduling her family sessions! She has one at each of the boys birthdays and always right before the holidays. They have to be the most casual and fun family. We always get a few photos on their front porch. (fun fact, they have one of the pews on their front…

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Washington, DC Family Photographer |Library of Congress

This sweet family reached out to me because they are moving and wanted some classic DC family photos before they leave. We picked the Capitol of course because it represents DC so well and is one of my favorite locations to photograph in the District. The Library of Congress is right across the street so…

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The Melanson Family

I was traveling near Hannah’s home and asked to spend the night. Have you ever walked into a house and felt immediently “home?” The children were waiting for me on the porch, as I walked through the door, Hannah pulled me in for a hug and I smelled homemade lasagna in the oven. It felt…

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