Month: December, 2012
Meet Annalise. I met this little cutie when she was just over 2 weeks old. She was so teeny and snuggly and I loved every minute of our shoot together. She put up a fight in the beginning and didn’t want to sleep for us, but luckily she gave in and we got some precious shots. Annalise had a “big brother,” Rambo, who wanted in on the action too, so at the end we were able to get a photo of the two of them together. So sweet! This was one adorable little family. Mom & Dad looked fantastic and were clearly so in love with their new little blessing. Here’s a sneak peek at their shoot!
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Oh my, I am so behind on updating my blog with all of the family sessions I had this fall. I promise to update soon. But first I wanted to let you know about a challenge that I’m participating in called The Olivia Act.
The Olivia Act, named after one of the innocent victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, was started by a photographer who wishes to remain anonymous. Olivia’s family had family pictures taken a short time before she was killed. I can only imagine how priceless those precious memories are now to her family.
Upon hearing about this, The Olivia Act was created to challenge photographers to give away a 30 minute photo session to a deserving family. I am choosing to participate in this challenge and would like to give away a session to someone that may not otherwise have the means to get family photos taken.
I need YOU to participate by nominating a deserving family. Please send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the family’s story and contact information. Please do not post information directly on this blog or on Facebook. The session will take place in the new year and will include a 30 minute shoot as well as a disc with full rights to their images. The session will remain anonymous and will show up in the previews as a regular family shoot. I will be taking nominations through 1/18.
This is my way of helping. My most precious keepsakes are photographs of my children and family. I hope to be able to give this gift of memories to a family who will cherish theirs just the same.