I was so excited to take this multigenerational family shoot partially because I was told there was going to be superhero costumes. How much cooler could a shoot get? Well, it certainly got cooler as this shoot also happened to take place during the coldest week of the year. We decided to move part of the session inside. I particularly love the familiarity of a place, the comfort of a home and how photographs can reflect those values. I was very pleased with the results, and, of course, we eventually did venture outside if only for a brief amount of time as it was -5 degrees outside. Here's to a very Merry 3rd day of Christmas!
What a pleasure it was to meet this charming family; so full of life and love, I felt like every instance spent with them was a perfect photo opportunity. We took pictures after a recent snow and the crisp air and glowing evening sun were perfect additions to the warmth that these people provided. Not to mention, their daughter was an absolute joy to photograph; her 8 yr old silliness provided a level of ease in front of the camera which I think shows through in these lovely photos. Thanks, Griffeys!!
I got to take pictures of the Hoskins Family which was definitely a highlight of my Fall season. Fr. Steve is our priest at Christ our Hope Anglican Church--a place he faithfully shepherds, and a place The Forwoods have felt at home at and have committed ourselves to after walking through its [then, gym] doors 3 1/2 years ago. Sarah has blessed me with her friendship for years, and I secretly think she's way too cool, talented, smart, etc. to be my friend, but I thank God we are anyways :) And their 5 children are precious gifts that Seth and I get to watch grow more and more into people God made them to be. I love this family. And I love these pictures of this family.
Hi. I'm Brooke.
I love to take pictures of people. And I'd love to take pictures of you!