Summertime is family reunion time! This lovely family came from near and far to meet up in Sea Ranch for a fun weekend and of course some extended family photos. I never mind the drive to Sea Ranch. Sunset photos and family love from this group made it extra fun.
In-home sessions are so great for lifestyle newborn sessions. Sometimes babies just want to be held and loved and sometimes this is the absolute best way to get photos. Little Penny of course wanted to be a big part of the photo session so I spent plenty of time letting her decide the best poses. She loves her baby brother and spending an afternoon watching how the family has adjusted to life with a newborn made my heart sing.
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Senior Photos are not something I often do, however when a creative and willing senior comes my way I’m completely happy to oblige. It’s an crazy time in life and I’m honored to be a part of this young lady’s journey.
I learned to knit when I was a teenager and revisited the craft in my thirties. One of my best friends opened up a yarn shop about 10 years ago and although don’t knit as much as I’d like, I can pull it off for small projects like baby hats. This little guy looked pretty dang cute in the little elf hat. I have a huge collection of hats for photo sittings, check out my studio page and you’ll see them hanging on the wall! If you want to learn to knit, I highly recommend checking out Cast Away Yarn Shop in downtown Santa Rosa. Here is a link to the site. https://castawayyarnshop.com/
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The Mugsy Memory Project held at Hidden Valley park in Santa Rosa in November was a huge success. Some families had lost their homes and simply needed a current photo for their Holiday card. Other families were needing an annual family photo and were happy to contribute to the cause. We rocked the shoot if I do say so myself. Between three photographers we managed to squeeze 25 families into 10 minute slots throughout the day. What we managed to do in 10 minutes was pretty awesome! We’re looking forward to another day coming up. Sign up and either receive a free shoot if you’ve lost your home, or give a donation of $75. We give all the money to the North Bay fire relief fund at the Redwood Credit Union. We’re so proud of our Sonoma County strong families and hope to continue to use photography as a healing tool for everyone. Sign up for your next session here.