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: Vivian Park (up behind) - Provo Canyon, UT
Congrats to the Maunders on being the largest non-extended family I been given the opportunity to shoot! Also, let's throw in 3 gorgeous dogs to even things up ;) We headed up Provo Canyon to find the perfect little spot by Vivian Park. It's amazing how many different settings you can create out of one location in the woods. I had a blast with this family as we were laughing in between shots and chatting about our neighborhood. I'm also grateful that the lovely spring breeze was perfect to keep us comfortable throughout the session. Thank you nature!
Location: Paul Reams Wilderness Park - Provo, UT
Phew! These pictures have been a long time coming. I mean, my baby is 1 and these are the first family pictures that we've had. Planning out and taking your own pictures are more stressful than you think going in. It's hard not being the one looking through the camera. You set the camera in place, get all of your setting just right, and pray for the best. All I can say is, hallelujah, the results turned out better than I thought they would. This was a learning experience for sure. Note to Self: If I am going to repeat this again, wardrobe must be picked out and decided on the day before. Hours of my life were lost, people.
Location: Orchards - Provo, UT
What beautiful blossoms! They were not there 2 weeks ago. Spring is a great time of year to start fresh. I think this was the perfect location to capture new beginnings and the start of bright things to come for this wonderful family. After a scary winter, with little Alice having a brain aneurysm, it's great to have everyone be full of smiles and loving on each other. Especially, if you throw in a couple of fake fart noises. And check out the Gray's gorgeous dog, Bane. He was so well-behaved. He should come over and teach my dog a thing or two.
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