Location: In home
Fresh off of Christmas break, I was lucky enough to help out two friends get updated picture for 2020. The first session was for adorable grand-kids in their Grandma's living room. We placed everyone in front of the biggest window for natural light and then got the kids to smile.
Location: Provo Center Street
The second session was for a great friend who is venturing out into the acting world. Mandy needed updated headshots and other poses for her profile. I've took her seniors way back when and she is still just as cute as ever.
Location: In home
This family is amazing and I love them. I'm so grateful I was able to capture these pictures for them in the beautiful falling snow. Their porch was perfect for the big group of 20 we had and if you could have seen me, I was on top of a ladder to get level shots. This session embodied what this giveaway represents. A deserving family. Memories to treasure forever. I hope you all enjoy the heck out of your trip to Disney World!
Location: The Orchards - Provo, UT
This extended family session said "Bring on Fall". We were able to get gorgeous lighting down in the Orchards and smiles (or at least eye contact) from the kids. I love the colors they wore and the loving look between Ceesa and Papa as they cuddle their grand-babies. Those are the pictures I live for!
Location: Hobble Creek Park - Springville, UT
Some lovely friends in my ward reached out to me for a quick extended family session on Saturday. I went to a new location I've never been to before and it was so gorgeously Fall that I've added it to my location list! All 14 members of the Chappell family huddled in close to love on each other as I took a couple shots. I hope in my lifetime I can have as much sass as little Emma in the front and look at my kids the way Celeste admired one of her grandkids.
Location: American Fork Amphitheater
30 people?! There's lots of love to go around with a beautiful family of this size and they have the cutest faces! It's amazing to see all the joy and happiness that can come from two people falling in love. Congrats to Brad and Julie for having such a beautiful, strong, and close family. We love you all so much! For the big group shot, I set up my tripod and posed everybody before I ran over with my remote. We took that picture first because everyone's, especially the little ones, attentions allowed them to cooperate a lot easier. I'm pretty proud of how they turned out!
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