But in this case, it makes me wail! Love the colors, simplicity and downright natural beauty in this session. They rolled up with an incredible royal blue velvet chair to use...the flowers/weeds mostly swallowed it up but honestly...didn't even  matter. The chair fo sho was not going to be the focus here anyway. This field may be magical, but this family brought it to life. 





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That seems to be the over riding theme with this family. They are creative, musically talented lovers of concerts, the Avett Bros and having a really good time. We wanted to create something a little different than what we've done in the past, so we went with the theme that speaks to their heart...music.

I love their free spirit. They're wild, crazy and laid back all at the same time. Crazy cool family and a barrel of laughs.





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Do you remember the show Family Ties? Alex P. Keaton? Anyone? No? 
Not sure why that's the first thing that popped in my head when I was looking at this session, but it is. I'm afraid to say what I remember about the show because the older I get, when I go back and watch things that I once deemed as appropriate and wholesome to watch, seem very inappro-pro even for today's culture. It's interesting to see how tv shows subliminally shape our minds. Wow...it's getting deep over here...I was MERELY trying to elude to the idea of "preppy, all american, wholesome, real". That's what the memory of Family Ties is for me. Moving away from this ridiculous web I keep weaving.... ((did you really come here to read or just to see pretty pictures?)) :) 

This family is so, so great to work with. I love photographing and getting to know families who have a creative flare...they see a vision but just need us to pull it together and finish it off for them. Perfect. A winning combo. Collaboration is king in our book. 

Hope you enjoy this funny little reindeer fella to end our post today.

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Life gets crazy from the ages of 6-8 through to the teenage years. For most families, the period in between is typically void of updated family pictures. When it's time to do Senior portraits, that's a great time to grab the rest of the family and photograph everyone at the same time. 
Hey, it's just a thought. Works great for the people who walk through our doors....like this one....

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I love photographing young couples in love. The engagement period is a bliss filled time where couples are just...well...all over each other. ha! Mushy, smushy lovin'. It's fun to watch and makes for amazing images. 

My hope is simply this...after they are married for 4 years, 8 years, 10 years......and life becomes normal and mundane....when they look back on this session, I hope it will cause them to remember why they fell in love with one another in the beginning. 

That's a nice thought to close with for now. 

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