Early in 2013 I found a true passion in documentary family photography. I simply love finding the special moments within the every day and capturing them for you to have forever. Because of this love, I’ve developed a different type of session. A Day in the Life session is typically several hours long, in your home (and sometimes on outings nearby your home or in a favorite place), and involves zero posing. My goal is to capture you being you, loving how you love.
I was lucky enough to be featured on Seattle based King 5’s Evening Magazine and I’m pretty convinced that this little clip gives you a much better idea of what these sessions are like than words alone.
Your family is unique and wonderful right in this moment. Perfect in its imperfection. The way your daughter twirls her hair. Your son’s obsession with Spiderman. Your kids’ bond with their new puppy. These stages are fleeting and I want you to always remember them. This is why I shoot documentary family sessions.
Before your session we will discuss your family’s interests, your goals for the session, particular memories you’d like to capture, and what you like to do together. From that we will decide on a concept for your shoot. Think an afternoon in your kitchen baking cookies, a morning at the beach flying kites and splashing in the water, or an intense session of Lego building. It could even just be the normal routines from your day. Whatever it is that makes your family yours. As I mentioned, this is not a posed photo shoot, and you won’t get studio type images.
What you will get is a glimpse in your family’s life — right now.
For more information or to book your own Day in the Life shoot, please get in touch! I’d be honored to meet you and get to know your family!
Click on any of the images below to see a recent Day in the Life Session: