One of my favorite moments of this family portrait session in Valley View Park was watching Emma grab her father’s hand and lead him under the big lone tree. Speaking of lone trees, I’m drawn like a moth to a flame…one day I’d like to publish a coffee table book full of lone trees, even if I’m the only one obsessed with them. If you know of any worth photographing, please share!
A bed of leaves covered City Park in Denver when Bob, Christine and Xander met me for their autumn family photos. I loved watching Xander’s many expressions – his smile is infectious, and his pout is one of the cutest I’ve seen yet.
Jack and Grace joined me with their mom Jo Anne for a photo session in LoDo. They were curious and quickly warmed up to Lodo, loving their adventure in the city – especially the upside down car by the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Jayme, Jeanne and Max met me at Washington Park (aka Wash Park) in Denver, Colorado on a lovely late-autumn afternoon for family photos. Max was a champ, charming me ’til the very end.
You may remember Jacqulyn and her husband Michael from a wedding photography feature previously on my blog. I was excited to see the groovin’ newlyweds and their family again as they treated her mother to a family portrait session as a birthday gift. Washington Park (known to locals in Denver as Wash Park) has incredible gardens, so we spent the evening getting some fun family shots there.
Kyra is incredibly animated, and every once in a while reminds me of Shirley Temple. I had the pleasure of watching her “perform” with singing, twirling and lots of silly faces when I photographed her and her mother, Joelle. Their mother-daughter photo shoot was in the LoDo area of downtown Denver. I loved how carefree she was; her big personality just jumps out of the photos.
I met Chad, India, Lauren & Bobby in Westlands Park near Denver for family portraits. We lucked out with the weather – a storm passed by to the south, providing an intense blue backdrop (while we stayed dry!).