Noah | Six Months | Fredericksburg Family Session

September 9, 2018

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I’m going back into the archives to share images from a favorite late summer Fredericksburg family session. Noah’s parents first came to me for a maternity session when they were expecting. We’ve since captured tons of photos and I love getting to document their family as he gets older. Noah’s 6-month session is one of […]

Stephanie + Rob | Fredericksburg Portraits

August 11, 2016

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Earlier this summer, I was contacted by good friends, Rob and Stephanie, inquiring about a portrait session with their sweet pup, Wyatt. I’ve shot a few weddings with Stephanie and being a dog person myself (Hey Buddy!), I love when people include their pets in their family portraits. They’re a member of the family, too, […]

Charlotte | 6 Month Valentine’s Day Photos

April 7, 2016

POSTED IN:Children, families

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Since my blog has been out of commission for a few weeks while I was migrating to a new host and server, I’m also fairly behind in blog posts so forgive me that it’s April and I’m posting a Valentine’s Day themed shoot. However, I’m fairly certain the subject of these photos is so adorable […]

Danielle + Josiah | Fredericksburg Virginia Maternity

January 31, 2016

POSTED IN:couples, families, maternity

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I recently met up with Danielle and Josiah at Sneads Asparagus Farm on a warm, early January day. It had rained all week, but thankfully we had a dry, yet windy, day with the most amazing afternoon light filtering through the clouds. Danielle and Josiah are awaiting the birth of their baby boy, Noah, and […]

Delaney Family | Virginia Family Photographer

January 28, 2016

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A few weeks before Christmas, I met up with the Delaney family at Snead’s Asparagus Farm to capture some family photos. It was a cold, damp day, but that didn’t stop us from getting some great, fun photos for their Christmas card. Here’s a few of favorites:

Baby Addison | Newborn Photography

November 4, 2015

POSTED IN:Children, families, newborn

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So if you remember, a few months ago I posted Anthony and Laura’s maternity photos. Not long after those were taken, Baby Addison made an early appearence. I think maybe she realized that being a late summer baby is much better than a fall baby because, I mean, think of the birthday parties. You can’t […]

The Wood Family | Virginia Family Photographer

July 22, 2015

POSTED IN:Children, families

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I’ve known Jenn for a while. A local salon owner, she’s done my hair for quite some time, including for my wedding, and just has such a positive energy about her so when she asked me to take some photos of her family I was thrilled. We decided to use her home and amazing gardens […]

Thomas Family Photos

April 18, 2014

POSTED IN:animals, Children, families, spring

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A few months ago, a friend from high school (yearbookers represent!) contacted me about taking some spring photos of her family. I was so excited and couldn’t wait, but there was the little issue of mother nature’s quest for endless snow. So we waited, and waited, and then waited¬†some more. Just when I thought I […]

Brooks Family, Nags Head, N.C.

January 30, 2014

POSTED IN:families, summer

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I absolutely love the beach. Each year, my husband and I travel with his extended family to the Outer Banks and spend a week soaking up the sun, having fun and making memories. This year was even better because I had the opportunity to snap a few photos one evening of this amazing family. They […]

Family Fun Day

October 2, 2013

POSTED IN:Children, church, Community Events, families, Massaponax Baptist Church

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In early June, the pastor of my church decided to try something a little different–family fun day. Instead of having our normal indoor worship service after which everyone goes there separate ways, he decided to have an outdoor service, followed by a potluck picnic and games. It was different, but it worked. The service was […]