Family | Close to Home and Close to Heart
Last summer when I was still in that awkward stage of being new on the market, and grasping to find my footing client wise I was contacted by Megan looking for autumn portraits for her family. I was thrilled to book the job, for they were one of my really early bookings; they were within those first 10 portrait jobs I'd ever booked simply through correspondence and looking at my portfolio alone. I was no longer that friend asking to take your picture, or the relative strapped with a camera. I was gaining ground and becoming a professional. A few weeks passed and due to a personal loss the shoot ended up cancelled.
Several months, many many shoots, and after what seemed like the longest winter ever, Megan reached out again. Her family and I met late afternoon and shot around their home, and across the street near a small lake and stone cottage. The setting was beautiful and the weather was absolutely perfect. They were a very easy bunch to photograph, and the location added a personal touch to an already intimate shoot. It ended up being one of the most fun and most lovely family sessions I've ever had the pleasure of photographing.