Please help me welcome Mr. Crew into this world! My childhood friend, Nikki and her hubby were blessed with this little angel during the stress of the COVID-19 pandemic. He’s a special little guy as he is their rainbow baby. He’s perfect in every way and is so loved! Thank you, Nikki for trusting me to take his newborn portraits and congratulations on powering through the quarantine to bring home precious Crew!!
My husband, daughter, and I would like to introduce you to the newest member of our family, Truman. He was born on April 6th, right in the middle of this crazy pandemic. We are so grateful for a smooth delivery and a healthy little boy. Just like with our daughter, you’ll get to see lots of photos of him as he grows. However, I’m starting to realize photographing your own children is so much harder than photographing someone else’s!!
I’m grateful I get to practice some new lighting and newborn settings during all this home time. This way, when Kansas opens back up to businesses on May 18th, I’ll be ready to photograph your little one.
Who says winter has to be ugly and snow is the only reason to photograph outside? I think these engagement photos in Kansas City still show a lot of beauty – especially in the couple. Bri and Miguel flew to Kansas City from Phoenix, Arizona to have their engagement portraits taken. They trusted me and the final images and decided to brave the high temps of 19 degrees to get these stunning images taken. Love to the two of you!
Don’t let the weather prevent you from getting beautiful images of your milestones. Whether outside or in-studio, I’d be honored to document you! Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your upcoming photography milestones.
Though we may be officially into winter (as the snow is melting outside my office window), it’s never too late to enjoy some beautiful fall colors. The Elliott family are dear to me and my husband and I’ve been photographing them since Bekah was pregnant with her first child. Though they live out of Kansas, it was a thrill to see them over the holidays and to photograph their family again.
Bekah and family did a great job of choosing clothing options. You can never go wrong with solids in warm fall tones. Jewel tones were very popular this past season, so these warm purples and maroons are perfect. But even when it’s not Fall, it’s important to try to follow the Elliott’s direction: solid colors, same color family, but each person in their own style!
It may be chilly (okay, cold!) outside now, but that doesn’t have to stop you from having beautiful family portraits. I can help you stylize your clothing options and either have you in studio (where it’s warm) or embrace Winter outside. Email me at email@example.com and we can set up your next family session!
As the weather gets colder, the beauty of portraiture doesn’t have to end by coming in studio. Simple yet elegant portraits can be taken inside and there doesn’t need to be a busy backdrop that can make the image look dated. These in-studio images of four year old Emory are timeless and classic and something her mom want hanging on her wall for years to come.
Let me help stylize your child’s in-studio portraits this winter. Keep your little one warm as we document their innocence and timeless beauty. They grow so fast, let me help capture them for a lifetime!
Fall is one of my favorite times of year to photograph family. The colors change, the weather cools off, and family seems to gather closer. The Sanchez family is no exception when it comes to family togetherness; just look at the smiles on the kiddos and the love they all have for each other! I will admit, those smiles were thanks to the help of a wonderful grandma who stood behind me and was willing to act goofy with a few sticks and a tree branch. The things we do for our loved ones! Thank you Courtney and Zack for the opportunity to document your beautiful family!! Enjoy!
There’s still time to head outside and enjoy the fall colors this year! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get your family on the calendar!
“Love planted a rose, and the world turned sweet.” ~ Katharine Lee Bates
It makes the heart happy to see multiple generations in one family portrait session. The relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is invaluable so to be able to document more than half a century of family is such an honor. The Wallace family has become dear friends over the past years and I’ve been blessed to celebrate with them as they’ve continued to add new grand-babies into the family. It may even be time to get them all together again as there are a couple new members missing!
White Window Portraits had so much fun taking Baby E and her parents to a beautiful nature reserve in Phoenix, Arizona. Baby E was a little sleepy, but she was such a trooper and took some amazing portraits! What do you think?