I strive to take portraits full of life and personality, portraits of joy, happy smiles, and laughter you can still hear when you look at these photographs years later.
One thing I’ve learned from over a decade of working with small kids is that to get such images requires a true connection, a full trust and a lot of hard work (including, but not limited to, silly dancing, crazy faces, weird sounds, etc.). Imaginary planes fly through my studio, superhero and favourite character discussions heat up and dance parties are not that uncommon.
My studio is always full of such lively action and I enjoy it. Moreover, my younger subjects enjoy it too! Sometimes little ones need a little break for a snack or a spontaneous meltdown, maybe a tantrum even, ...and we are back to normal! I get it all.
Family photography is not a “say “Cheese!”” type of photography, it is an art form. To establish that real connection with my subjects, to capture moments of true happiness and joy and to achieve that great image that you look at years later and feel that emotion all over again is what makes me proud of my craft even more.
First 7 years of a child's life are so precious! We all feel like freezing those moments forever, preserving and capturing this special time.
Family portraits grow in personal value over time. The simple reason is that with time our memories of moments slowly fade and only portraits can take us back. A research shows that family photos being on display at home remind our children how loved and important they are. Family portraits make a house – a home.
Our family sessions take place outdoors during the sunset hours between the months of May and October, and in the studio during winter months. Depending on the number of members in your family and kids ages, a session will last about 1-2 hours. Our Child Only Mini Sessions are available throughout the whole year!
One Week Later
It will take about a week to edit and prepare final digital portraits. Our expert editing takes care of skin retouching and image enhancing.