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Embrace this season of your life. It may not look like you thought it would. It may not be “perfect.” But do you know what? Your story is beautiful and unique.
The magic happens while documenting this very moment in your life and your children’s lives. Their messy hair, dirty feet, and belly laughs. The way they reach their arms toward you to be held close. The
innocence and wonder in their eyes. Don’t you just want to bottle it up?
Your lifestyle session is an investment. I capture the honesty and vulnerability in your current season that you can hold near the rest of your days. These photographs will be held and cherished by your children’s grandchildren.
These photographs will forever tell your story.
Your lifestyle session will take place in the comfort of your home, your favorite park at sunset, cozied up in a coffee shop where you had your first date, or your go-to vacation spot anywhere in the world. I have my passport ready! Lifestyle sessions are for big and small families, newlyweds, elderly couples spending sweet moments together, you name it! I will capture the candid kisses, messy fingers shaping pie dough, and golden sunsets with your loved ones hand in hand.
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This is one of the sweetest lifestyle sessions that I have captured so far! I met Austin in photography class at Southeastern. I always thought she was so lovely and captured life beautifully. She had two little boys at the time, and I was yet to be a mother. Later on when I was expecting Emma, I always thought of Austin and how she made motherhood look so darling. Her boys were mild mannered and always dressed so cute. She told me that babies are blessings, and that always stuck with me. Since then, I have had the honor of capturing some big milestones in her life. I photographed her family in their last home on a crisp, fall morning. I’ll never forget the smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls and coffee that filled their home that day. I also photographed her daughter Eden as a newborn. Any session that I spend with the Vidrines is so special and dear to my heart. They are a family full of love and Jesus, and they truly inspire me. Now they have a new addition to their family!
Welcome to the world, baby Shepherd!
I first met Krystal when we were kids growing up in the same school and church. We were cheerleaders together, attending youth camps in the summer, and had numerous sleepovers and play dates. We kept in touch over the years, and now she is a wife and a mommy. We tossed the idea around to create a lifestyle video and photo session of her sweet family. I always ask my clients when they feel happiest. Which time of day, day of the week, which activities they engage in. What inspires them. We agreed the setting should be Krystal, Barry, and Lillian’s precious new home in the morning on Barry’s day off. Slow mornings together make them the happiest, and that’s exactly what we captured.
I’ve always heard the phrase, “The days are long but the years are short…” but don’t think I fully grasped its meaning until recently. I have come to a point in life where these words are so REAL. At times I feel like I want to physically grab hold of something to attempt to make things slow down- it feels like everything is moving way too quickly!! My biggest baby will be 18 this year and my smallest will be 5. I’m trying to remember to be present and IN the moment each day because it’s not slowing down, and we don’t get a second chance at today.
I cherish so much in this season of our life, so very much. So much… it makes my heart ache. I know that everyday they wake up a day older and a little bit different than they were the day before. This season in our life I find myself taking in all of the little things. I watch their little hands as they color on a sheet of paper, as they take a small finger and twirl the ends of their hair (just as they had done since they were born) or the way they throw their head back when they laugh. I listen as their little voices try to process out loud what they see or something they have heard. I sit in awe as I listen to them say their prayers every night. I watch them feel for one another, and sacrifice for each other. I find myself every night while Mark and I are putting them to bed, studying them… looking at them so closely and in awe as if my mind is making a mental note of exactly how they are today… this exact moment in time. I study their little eyelashes, the way their hands snuggle so closely to their face that it squishes their little cheeks together… every detail.
Photo + video session
Photo + video session
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100 fine art prints
Photo + video session anywhere in the world
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