Indianapolis Family Photographer Have you seen this Indianapolis family plastered all over my Instagram account? If you see what I see when looking through these images, you’ll know it’s for good reason! The soft golden light, the teeny little smiles, the doting dad. Not to mention the hair envy- Lissa’s golden locks! The Smiths were […]
I was introduced to the Bogert family through an old summer camp friend. Wanting a session to document their love and feelings and this point in their lives before being separated for some time by a military deployment, I was flattered to be told that I was just the photographer that they needed. Keeping in
When you and your husband are triathletes and trail runners and you live walking distance to this park, it just makes sense to schedule a creek stomping session for your family photography!
Being a family photographer means I have opportunities to give back to the Indianapolis community every year. I love the Midtown area of Indianapolis- its parks, its restaurants, its shops, its schools- and it’s no secret to those who know me how much I love to invest in our historic neighborhood. This year I donated
Like my own family, the Stephensons are Indianapolis midtowners to the core, working and playing usually within our own neighborhood or only a few miles from it. So I was excited to try out a new location for their session, while still keeping close to our little neck of the woods. This is the second
Dylan and Melody’s family session was originally scheduled for a week night this fall. The weather that day was cloudy and cool at best, but in the hour leading up it turned out to be rainy and stormy! A last-minute reschedule, even with their very busy fall schedules (Dylan’s a high school football coach and
This fall I was fortunate enough to photograph a few families during my Fairview Sessions in southeastern Indiana. Fairview Sessions are family sessions I book on or near my parents’ property and the farm that I grew up on. The land is beautiful and full of rolling hills and huge vistas that I just can’t
Every time I photograph the Dawson family, I look forward to learning something new. I’ve learned about the Korean tradition of celebrating an infant’s first 100 days of life, about the colorful and traditional Korean clothing for children, and this fall I was fortunate enough to meet Katrina’s biological family as they were visiting from
It’s palpable. The closeness of this family, the love these parents have for their son, their dedication to parenting. You can feel it just spending an hour in their presence. Each October when I have the pleasure of photographing this family, I’m reminded what a blessing it is to be a parent!
Yet another couple that when I left the session I thought, I’d really like to hang out and be friends with them! Kellie and Matt arrived with their sweet sweet children wearing some adorably colorful rain boots, ready to take on their creek stomping session. One of my favorite parts of this session was watching