Digging through the discarded wigs, I pulled out some Christmas tinsel and pulled it around my baton to complete my black leotard with a slash of silver that ran from hip to shoulder. Rain had prevented our Memorial Day parade, but I created a reason to wear my treasured baton outfit. Paired with black tights and a black wig of spiked 4 inch hair. As I proudly stood with my baton in the air as we trick or treated, I was electricity! Felt like a super as I ran through the streets fading into the night.
We put so much care and thought in to our kids outfits that only are celebrated one time a year. Halloween sessions are a way to celebrate that and capture the joy that being someone else brings.
I love making these photos. The goal is to incorporate the scenery for the fantasy of your child’s costume.
It’s such fun to see the unique loves of the kids and how excited they are to be dressed as their favorite.
Economically priced to encourage the fun, each session comes with some digital images to post your superhero or storybook character on FB.
These sessions take about 20 minutes because kids are in character and unposed out the gate.
They are booking and happening now, though I typically don’t post to my Facebook until the two weeks before the holiday. So don’t hesitate to connect with your kid in a new way delighting in their fantasy then let’s talk to figure out the best way to execute their ideas.
Create a special photo that you can display year round or pull out just for October. See below for details on pricing.
Typically when discussing your shoot during our pre-session, people are very concerned where we should shoot the images. Happily, I can make anything work. My wedding training required flexibility and quick creative solutions, so I’d rather be where you are comfortable. That often means your yard or for little one’s sometimes mom’s bed. For this multi generation crew we met in a park-like setting at Grandma’s. Delightful chaos freezing candid opportunities while taking advantage of the natural beauty of their home. We used several places throughout the yard so each family had a different look for their portrait. So much fun and I enjoyed the time spend time with this wonderful family. They were so welcoming, I felt like a part of the family! Schedule forced a quick shoot and when the newest prince on the scene wasn’t pleased after his long car ride to attend, we adjusted squeezing in some indoor captures.
Sending warm wishes on her 14th month birthday. Looking forward to positive results for this joyful warrior baby and her loving family. Cake was made by her crafty momma, check her site at www.morselsparties.com
Listening to people’s ideas is my inner confetti. This group had a ton! A family session turned into a ‘you know what would be fun…’ Seems Mom runs www.morselsparties.com The result is fresh squeezed adorable! She even had coordinated straws people!! So happy my bribe bubbles were yellow!! Oh and the love between the sisters was pretty quenching too. Check out Jill’s site or Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/Morselspartyplanning and ring me up too! You’ll be sure to see more of these doll faces soon.
Outside again – finally! With a bit of a chill in the air, the playfulness of this family warmed everything especially the playground. Twin energetic yet curious boys turning 3 and a big sister with the most gorgeously soft real smile that may just overshadow the mischief in her eyes. A detail Dad with a quiet manner and an on top of it while so patient mom that is a soft place to fall. Their tender connection to each other and quickness to laugh was so inspiring and fun! Been thinking so much lately about focus and how it really is important to capture your family in the realness. Feeling so incredible lucky to do what I do. Feast your eyes on some of the sweetest moments.