Saying goodbye to summer is never easy and this summer is no exception. I have had the best time with all of my families but especially at the lake! Being at the lake IS home to me. And I am so grateful to everyone who drove out to see me this summer.
A vow renewal during a pandemic? I am here for it. You’ve loved each other for 10? 15? 20 years? You are survivors. You are going to last. Let’s take some photos.
I cannot wait for all of the sunset lake sessions in August! What a beautiful and unique way to capture your family.
I don’t advertise myself as a wedding photographer because I’m really not up for the challenge of the 8 hour day, especially now that I have a little babe. I prefer intimate affairs. Couples who are on a budget, or are simply having a small wedding because they feel like it. Those are my people. I photograph the ceremony, family photos, and bride and groom portraits. Two hours of my time is $500, not including travel. You get anywhere between 200-300 photographs. If you are looking for something a little more low key and affordable on your wedding day, give me a shout. In the meantime, check out my latest work from the wedding I shot a few weeks ago at the Buffalo Botanical Gardens.
These two are the real deal.
The most difficult part of being a photographer (for me) is finding pretty and unique locations to take my clients. I don’t have a studio. I don’t have a ton of acres in the country. But when a client does, I take advantage of it. Larissa and Jeff live on a beautiful bunch of acres, and their maternity session was a bit more meaningful being at their favorite place, home.
My blogging has been super infrequent this summer what with teaching summer school and keeping up with this business, but I had to find the time to share this session with you guys. I think we can all agree that Larissa is a goddess.
Enjoy these last few days of summer!