Make your photos mean something.
My heart is for families to see the beauty in their daily rhythms and rituals, being themselves in the place not only where they act like a family, but where they first became a family - at home. Ask yourself: are we making new memories faster than I can remember them? What are the things I never see because I’m too busy living normal life? As a photojournalist, my job is to capture the things you don’t always get to see, drawing the extraordinary from an ordinary day, or meaning from the mundane.
A glimpse in the life of your family.
Family photojournalism: a documentary style "day in the life" type of shoot that is a modern alternative to the family portrait. It is undirected and unposed in order to preserve the integrity of the moments happening - this means you get photos that are organic, honest, and tell your real story. Your very own visual time capsule of a slice of life - sibling rivalries, sports practice, dance classes, toddler tantrums, heart-bursting hugs. You get to be you, your kids - let them be little.