Being parents ourselves, Sheena and I completely understand the appreciation of having your photos taken (either maternity or family) and the amount of time and work that you need to put into them. We also realize, however, that it is not always that simple to drive to a photography studio, fill out forms, think about packages and then be asked to look and and act "naturally" when you are completely new to your surroundings. Also, what do you do if the kids are unhappy? Is there a quiet place to go to feed baby? "How do I act natural if this isn't even my home?" and , "Oh, our son would smile if we just remembered his favorite toy... at home!".
This is exactly why we bring the studio experience to you and your family where you can relax knowing that each image we take will be personal and document you and your family's life as it truly is. We always incorporate furniture, toys and other props from around your house to truly guarantee that each image we shoot is original and reflects you and your family. The elements of your home are also an integral piece of your family and bring back happy memories when you remember that old sofa you used to have years down the road. If your kids want to show off their toys and cool bed, great! We'll be there to take pictures of them. If you have a special spot where you like to cuddle up with your partner, we will capture this as well. If you just remembered that special piece of clothing that is burried in your closet, you can run upstairs and grab it and, if the kids just need a quick break and a snack, they can do that too.
Sheena and I are able to provide families with a variety of images ranging from the casual-formal images with our black backdrop studio set-up to fun, carefree images of everybody in mom and dad's bed within the same photo session and we pride ourselves on giving babies and kids a fun, enjoyable photography experience that will positively change the way they feel about having their pictures taken. We look forward to meeting you and your family! Need some tips on how to prepare for your family photo session?