A few years go I photographed Joyce for her Quinceanera. She came back to me for her senior portrait. She happened to pick the day that we got over 12 inches of snow in under 12 hours. We had to be creative in during our shoot because the snow was already coming down sideways. No snowstorm could keep us from delivering her senior portrait on time to Littleton High School.
It doesn’t seem possible that all my friends from high school are having babies. Believe it or not it’s true. I guess I just haven’t joined the parenting club just yet. I try to get my fill of babies during my baby portrait sessions. There is something so incredible about photographing their young innocence. I really enjoyed the magnetism that Sarah and Chris had toward little Ella. How could you not be drawn to someone so beautiful and sweet?
I love fall. If I could bottle up the smell in the air and the colors I would. I also love the fall season for another very important reason. It gives me a chance to catch up with clients and friends that I don’t get to see except for a few times a year. The Garcia family have been friends and clients for years. They are actually one of my very first weddings I photographed years ago. It’s hard to believe it’s already been 10 years. Here are a few of my favorite photographs from their fall portrait session in Littleton.