I am that girl, who from my tween years on, carried a camera in my back pocket and took photos everywhere I went. I was counted on by my co-workers, friends and family to get the shots and send prints to them later. I can't remember a time where that wasn't me. So naturally in my early twenties I began photographing friends and family for their portraits, engagements and weddings. I am a lifestyle photographer living in Europe. Our family joined the Navy in 2010 and decided to travel the world, one duty station at a time. We are currently stationed in Rota Spain. We were just a hop skip and a jump from our beautiful Capital, Washington DC at our last duty station and before that we were in Chicago. We have been so blessed to see such beautiful places and meet such wonderful people. In 2014 my husband, Jonathan and I celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary, our daughter's 11th birthday and will celebrate our son's 3rd birthday soon. It has been such a wonderful year. I am getting my feet planted firmly on the ground here in Spain and I would love to hear from you! We strive to give back to our community, we offer a military discount(see pricing), and for referrals and reviews we give free prints. We love our clients. Please don't hesitate to email us if ever you think our services are needed for our Hero's and Survivors.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Autumn Leaves and Trains | Children's Photographer |Upper Northern Neck Va Family Photographer

Today I went out and collected a few bags of gorgeous autumn leaves, from a beautiful maple tree. Being from Florida I can saw I have honestly never done this before. At home we have pine trees, magnolia trees and many more pine trees, none of which we roll in and enjoy playing in while taking family portraits. Ha, that would be quite a sight to see.
I cannot wait until this weekend for my two fun sessions. 
One will have this awesome train in it!

The other is going to be imaginative and oh so fun. Think of camping but not as dirty and much cuter.
I am taking my kids tomorrow to get a few jumps in the giant piles of leaves down at the end of our road. Oh to be a kid again

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