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Family Fun {Washington DC Family Photographer}

I photographed this family at their lovely Petworth home last year and it was a great success. They have an awesome yard and great front porch with both work great. Their daughters are (mostly) willing participants and it is amazing to see their different personalities shine.


Toddler in the Garden {Washington DC Family Photographer}

I’ve been photographing this little guy since he was in utero. He was a very calm newborn-alert but never cried. He has continued to be a sweet and easy photo subject though he can now run away which makes thing slightly more difficult. He (and his parents) were great sports on this summer morning.

Baby Sister is Here {Washington DC Newborn Photographer}

I met this Georgetown family less than two years ago when I did the newborn session for their son. They have a new little girl and she is just as sweet as her brother was. Big brother also shined and warmed up quickly making for an easy and fun photo session. Can’t to watch these two grow.

Double the Fun {Washington DC Family Photographer}

I met these little guys 9 months ago at their newborn session and I knew then what a wonderful family they have. I was excited when their mom reached out to do some updated 9 month old pictures. I’m glad we did these when we did as I can see they are already on the move! This felt like a true success getting 2 9 month olds to smile simultaneously. What a fun morning!



One Year Old {Washington DC Family Photographer}

This little boy is already one. His first year has flown by and his mom wanted to make sure to capture him at this fun and sweet age. He is just on the verge of his first steps so it was fun to watch him explore the beautiful gardens on an early June morning.

Eight Months of Fun {Washington DC Family Photographer}

This mom found me on instagram and reached out to get photos of her new baby. Because we had already missed the tiny new newborn stage she asked what age I recommend. Whenever people post newborn ask me this I always say 7-8 months. This is when they are usually sitting up independently and can interact more but can not yet crawl and run away. A real sweet spot! I am so glad she waited-I think these are well worth it.