Posted on January 7, 2019
It’s not every day that you can capture four generations of mothers and daughters! What a privilege to be able to gather these precious ladies together for some memorable photographs. With one branch of the family in Florida, one in Michigan, and one in Oregon, it’s a challenge to make a photo session like this happen.
Thankfully, there’s a beautiful park where the golden hour light filtered through the trees on the evening we met up in Lakeland and everything came together wonderfully for these shots.
Posted on August 12, 2018
Maria came to see me last fall for her Senior Portraits while the brilliant colors were at their peak. We had a great time wandering through the park and downtown Grayling during golden hour and right at sunset for these images!
Thank you Maria! I’m so glad you came to me for your senior pictures!
Category: Fall in Northern Michigan, Seniors, Uncategorized Tagged: au sable, autumn, beautiful, beauty, fall, fall colors, graduation, grayling, michigan, michigan photographer, northern michigan, photo shoot, photography, portrait, Senior, senior inspo, senior portraits, senior style, sunset
Posted on September 3, 2017
Last fall I met up with the F. Family at their family farm to update their pictures before the holidays! They have the most magnificently beautiful children who are sweet as can be but still have those impish smiles you see below! It was a cool evening but with some snuggles, warm hats, and cozy blankets, we kept warm.
Thank you again for bringing me into your home and letting me capture your family and the wonderful connections between you!
Category: Children, Fall in Northern Michigan, Families, Uncategorized Tagged: cadillac photographer, Christmas, christmas tree farm, connections, fall family photos, Family, family farm, field, grayling photographer, green, harvest, holidays, love, michigan, michigan photographer, northern michigan, northern michigan photographer, november, photo shoot, photography, siblings, teepee
Posted on August 27, 2017
You know those days when you realize you have completely forgotten to squeeze in your own family for a session in the middle of busy season? When Grandma is wondering when she’ll see the traditional yearly capture of her grandkids, it’s November already, and the color in the foliage is so faded it’s actually non-existent? How about those days when you think it’ll work out just fine to get the kids ready for a photo shoot after school, drive half an hour, and still catch the light…..but then you realize Daylight Savings Time just ended and that means the sun goes down IN LIKE TEN MINUTES?!
Yes, it was exactly one of those days when we hurried off to find a tiny pocket of light, hoping to capture this moment in their lives before time raced on again. And you know what? I’m glad we did!
I’m always glad when I can look back and see these days, the hectic stress falls away and I remember these smiles and see how quickly they’re changing, growing, creeping closer to the day when they won’t make my laundry pile higher or leave socks out in the dirt, when there won’t be so many meals to fix or dinner plates to wash. Capture these moments while you can! You won’t regret it.
Category: Children, Fall in Northern Michigan, Families, Uncategorized Tagged: cousins, fall color, fall family portraits, fall foliage, Family, golden hour, grayling photographer, kalkaska photographer, kids, michigan fall portraits, michigan photographer, natural light photographer, northern michigan, northern michigan photographer, november, outdoor fall photo shoot, outdoor photography, photo shoot, photography, riverains photography, siblings, traverse city photographer, upnorth