I met up with Emily and Gregg for a fun little couples shoot in Lambertville, NJ the other month. It was super windy and I was afraid we were going to get blown off the bridge, but we didn't so phew! :) I want Emily's hair color so badly, isn't she gorgeous? However I don't want to confuse my already confused look of olive skin and freckles that I've got going on. ;) Together these two run Emily Wren Photography and I've had the pleasure of working with them as an associate this year shooting weddings while still focusing on families and portraits on my own. Here are just a couple of favorites from our afternoon together!
...she graduated kindergarten. I was so worried at the beginning of this year. I remember walking back to the car sobbing hysterically behind my sunglasses after dropping her off on the first day. Veteran moms were probably looking at me like I was nuts. Haha! But as it happens, I had nothing to worry about. She blossomed this year. I love this little sweet head. Now a first grader. Gah! So proud. :)
I mean, come on. Could Julian be any sweeter?? He was such a good baby for our session too, I adore this little guy. My husband loves when I photograph newborns because it makes me want another one and he has made it clear that he is on board for as many as possible. ;) These guys made being new parents seem like a breeze and were totally laid back and so sweet during the whole session. The whole shoot was a total dream. And any session that adds in a pup gets bonus points with me! :)
My spring and early summer are really starting to book up so if you are interested in a session, contact me soon! I'd love to photograph your family! :)
I shot this super mini session of Jane and baby Nathan a couple of weeks ago. I had two rolls of film and just wanted to capture some images of this little cutie with his mommy. Nathan really wanted to incorporate his new favorite toy, the clear plastic straw, so we allowed it. Forget toys with flashing lights and buttons, straws are what's all the rage these days with 1 year olds! Straws and balls. It's all you need. And maybe a spoon. Lamp cords too, but I don't recommend them because, you know, danger.