Have you ever looked through your parents’ wedding album? There’s something so special about seeing where it all began. Comparing the dress you just bought to the one your mom wore 30 years ago. Or seeing old photos of your uncle with a moustache and your aunt in all her shoulder padded bridesmaid glory. Something about these photos brings it all back. I bet your dad can remember the funniest parts of his best man’s speech. Your mom can almost smell her bouquet again. Prints & albums have a way of recalling those memories that may otherwise be forgotten.
This is true for so many different parts of your life. Your family will never be the same as they are now. Your kids will grow older, and they’ll get haircuts and braces. They’ll grow taller than you and soon your sweet girl won’t fit into her polkadot dress anymore. These are the times to remember.
When I’m taking your photos, I’m thinking about all of these things.
Covered in an array of luxurious European fabrics, this book looks like a million bucks.
10 spreads (20 pages) & your names on the soft, suede cover.
Standard Album size is 10×10 with additional size options available.
To begin the process of album design, just send me an email at email@example.com Once we’ve decided on your cover material, I’ll ask for a handful of your favorite images from your wedding or session. From there, I’ll add in some of my favorites that help to tell your story. I’ll send you a mockup of your album, you can make one round of changes, and we’ll get it ordered.
The best time to order an album is within 6 months from the time you receive your gallery.
Once we’ve finalized our design, your album should arrive within 4-6 weeks.
Just the same as our classic album, but a little bit smaller.
(These are also perfect for portraits sessions.)
8 x 6 or 8 x 8 | 10 spreads | Cover inscription
Stunning matte canvas, reclaimed wood, jute & copper accents.
To order a Lagniappe Canvas, just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meant to sit on a coffee table or shelf, or as a family heirloom to be passed on for generations to come.
*Please note that there are only 20 fine art prints pictured in the box above.
Prints can be ordered individually through your gallery.
Earlier this year, Stephen and I bought a new house. It’s in a new neighborhood, outside of the city and the apartment that we had grown to love so very much. Our favorite part of that little apartment was the fact that it was a 3 minute drive to the Rocky River. Stephen loves to fish and we spent so many summer evenings on that lake together. He’d patiently wade the river, and I’d sit nearby with a book in my hand.
When Cait contacted me to schedule a session, she knew exactly where she wanted her photos taken – that same spot near the river where Stephen and I spent so many evenings together.
I love photographing other photographers. Cait recently transitioned her business from portrait work to product photography. We spent one of the last warm evenings of the year together taking photos of her for her brand new website. Am I allowed to say that we nailed it? Because we definitely did.
“In open fields of wild flowers, she breathes the air and flies away.
She thanks her Jesus for the daisies and the roses in no simple language.
Someday she’ll understand the meaning of it all.”
Planning was not easy for Faith and I. We had 3 other session dates in the books before weather and schedules finally aligned. But oh my, was it worth the wait.
We shot her maternity photos at one of my all time favorite spots, Rocky River Park. Faith was up for anything. Climb up this hill with me? Sure! Step on that Rock? Yes! Get your feet wet? I can do better than that! (Have I mentioned how much I love it when my clients aren’t scared to try things?)
We ended our session in Lake Erie, and I think Faith looks like a straight up mermaid in that gorgeous white dress! I can’t wait for baby Lailani to get here and see how pretty her mom is.
Since I started this business, the majority of my time has been spent with couples. Proposals, engagements, and weddings are my bread and butter. But that’s definitely not all I do. This spring, I spent quite a bit of time photographing all kinds of people in all different stages of life, and I kind of fell in love with Senior Portraits. There was a week in May where I had a senior shoot 4 out of 5 nights – and I absolutely loved it.
My maternity session with Katie & Mike was filled with some perfect sunlight, calm water, and the sweet springtime air. What more could I ask for?