It’s been a long time since I’ve blogged anything.
Since our transition from selling our home- to moving into a rental – then to buying our second home
things have been crazy here. I didn’t want to start over in a new area photography wise. It took me 3-4 years to build
up a client base that I felt really made me keep doing what I love.
I no longer have space for a studio in my home and since the move I sold
all of my props for newborns and babies. I still have a few things I couldn’t part with. I feel like my passion has always been lifestyle sessions though. From fresh 48 in the hospital right after a little one was born to in home lifestyle with families and babies even couples!
It’s a place that you spend all your time in together , why not be comfortable and have photos in the place where you love the most, where you can be yourself.
I personally have had our little family photographed twice in our home and they are my most treasured photos. My husband even liked it more than our normal portraits we do a few times a year. He felt the most comfortable. He even wore his Pj’s for one whole session while we made pancakes for breakfast. Everyday moments may seem boring but its the little moments you will miss when things change and littles grow up.
I’m in the process of scheduling lifestyle sessions and will be updating the website to reflect the new changes. I am over the moon excited to continue this journey and keep seeing my favorite clients time and time again!
Lifestyle sessions don’t have to be in your home, they can be at your favorite hang out spot. They can take place outdoors or even out miniature golfing or getting ice cream together. I’m all about hanging out and having fun.
So for the entire month of July I am offering these types of sessions for a discounted rate. You can inquire by emailing me:
I already have quite a few on the books already and can’t wait to share with you!
So thank you for your time in reading this and I can’t wait for more magic to come <3
Photo credit to : J Elizabeth Photography in St. Louis