There are a hundred approaches to a family photo.

I am not here to say that gorgeous portrait of a happy family in a field at sunset simultaneously looking at the camera isn't a valuable, beautiful memory.  It takes skill and artistic vision to create that, and it represents you at your best. 

I simply want to show you that there are other stories to tell.
Family photojournalism is visual storytelling: the art of highlighting who you (and your people) are.  Distilling the everyday moments into images that say something authentic.  Crafting a story potent enough to make you feel something when you pick it back up in ten years.  As I look through my childhood photos, I love seeing the house I grew up in.  My brother and me dancing on that navy blue carpet. The backyard with the treehouse.  That face I made when I was mad. 

I want to show you how hilarious your life is.  How emotional.  What your kids do when you aren't around.  How hard it is to be a parent, and how rewarding. I want to put you in the frame with your kids and capture those precious relationships.  I want to take photos of families that cannot be taken of any other family on earth, that aren't going to be taken on their phones.

How?

Let me join you for a day.  You do not have to clean anything.  I'll go with you to the grocery store or dance practice or just stay at home with you on a normal day.  I'm not a stalker - I'll get to know you and your family throughout our time together, and pretty soon you won't even notice the camera.  Have questions?  Let's talk!
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