We are excited to be offering our 2016 Spring Mini Sessions and believe it or not, it’s time to book!
Details about the Mini Sessions:
Mini sessions will be held at one of these three downtown Charleston locations:
- Hampton Park
- Rainbow Row (meet at corner of Tradd and East Bay)
- The Battery
(The first person to book on each date will get to pick the location for all four sessions on that day.)
Each session will result in approximately 12-15 digital pairs (digital pair is color and black and white version of same photo) for viewing. You will then get to select 8 high resolution, digital pairs to keep (full copyrights released to you!) You may purchase additional files or products as well.
These sessions are a great opportunity for families to quickly get some awesome, updated photos but they’re not made for everyone. Some kids may take a little longer to get comfortable with me or warm up to the camera and for these families, I recommend a full, custom portrait session, which are offered all year round.
If you’re not sure what is right for you, please call or email me and we can discuss! Looking forward to telling this part of your story!
May 21 (Saturday morning) | $150 | Location TBD
9am | Available
9:30am | Available
10am | Available
10:30am | Available
May 22 (Sunday evening) | $150 | Location TBD
5:30pm | Available
6:00pm | Available
6:30pm | Available
7:00pm | Available
One of my absolute favorite things about being a photographer is seeing people’s reaction to their own images . . . sometimes people have no idea how lovely and beautiful and joy-filled their sweet and precious families look to everyone around them . . . and when they see their photos, it brings tears to their eyes because they see themselves differently than they imagine themselves to appear. Does that make any sense?
My sweet friend Sarah, had a similar reaction. She has two precious boys, Brooks and Cooper who are absolutely adorable and charming. However, they’re also little boys, exactly 12 months apart, who have crazy long days, temper tantrums, harsh sleeping patterns and make messes and keep their momma busy to the point that she might not always be able to take a step outside of the craziness to see the beauty. I am thankful that we had a chance to take these family photos this past fall because they turned out beautifully, they’re sun-kissed, natural and oh so real. AND they are something that Sarah and Travis can treasure forever. Trusting that this truly is who and how they are.