The Shapiro Family |3 generations

When Angelyn reached out to me about taking photos for her I was so exited. I had met her through a playgroup for children near our neighborhood. She is a yoga instructor and works with a lot of local mothers. I always admired her sweet personality and the way she interacts with her daughter. Her…

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The K family -Upper Senate Park, DC

You are promised lots of energy when the family is all boys. I love it though. Smiles and tickles create connection in images that are irreplaceable. Enjoy this sweet family’s session at the Capitol.

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Oliver |DC Family Photographer at the Franciscan Monastery

This was such a fun session! Toddlers are always on the move, creating fun opportunities to capture them being themselves. We sang together, played ring-round-the-rosy and smelled all the flowers. Little “Ollie” was just adorable. (I may have pinched his cheeks a few times) Enjoy their quiet session at the Franciscan Monastery in NE DC.

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Welcoming Home Anika -adoption story

I have waited for this session for years and it couldn’t have been a more perfect evening! We never know how our lives will play out, or the turns it can take. Even when we are sure of our calling, when enough time passes we can start to doubt and the waiting gets really hard….

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Betsy |Story of Motherhood

This post means so much to me. It’s a testimony of answered prayers, a journey of waiting, and hope in the world. I met Betsy through a mutual friend. She leads a local infertility support group I joined a few months ago. She is so kind, speaks truth, and is becoming a dear friend of…

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The Miller Family | Washington, DC Family Session

Any family is a privilege to photograph but when they have opened their hearts and home to adoption, it is such an honor to capture. Adoption journeys can be long and hard but also very rewarding full of little triumphs. Jason and Carolyn, may you always feel the Lord’s leading in your life and family….

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Welcoming Lucas |Washington, DC Newborn Session

First time parents are such a delight to capture. The excitement. The wonder. The exhaustion. I walk into some of the most vulnerable times of a parent’s life. But all of these feelings wrap into one incredible newborn session and I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Welcome to the world little Lucas!

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The Wood Family |Washington, DC

Never underestimate a kind deed. I was waiting at the Smithsonian gardens for a client to arrive when I saw this sweet family trying to take a family photo. I walked over and offered to take a few shots for them. Michelle then asked if I was a photographer and interested in taking their family…

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A Spring Family Session | Lincoln Park, Dc

Anna and Dee have been friend for years. It’s so fun watching them grow as parents and love on little Ford. Each stage has it’s new challenges and triumphs and I count it a blessing to be the one they chose to document their little boy’s life. Happy 6 months Ford!

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The Nursery | newborn details

“Even the smallest one can change the world.” -Peter Rabbit I typically take my newborn photos on the bed in the mater bedroom. I do this for several reasons; one, it gives me a lot of space to work on and the baby is safely surrounded with a soft padding. Two, there is usually lots…

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