Tag Archives: family

Sauvie Island Extended Family Photography

Two years ago I photographed this exuberant extended family, and this summer I had the honor of photographing themView full post »

Spring 2018 Giveaway!

Hello Spring! We made it to 600 Facebook Likes. I meant to do a giveaway to celebrate 500 Likes last year…butView full post »

extended family photography

Extended Family Photography at Cathedral Park: The D Family | Portland Family Photography

This session was a surprise gift! Holly reached out because they were surprising her mom with a trip to Portland toView full post »

twin toddler family photography

Twin Toddlers At Home! Portland Family Photography

Did you know that twins are the actual best? 🙂 I love twins, I love photographing families, and believe it or not, IView full post »

family on porch swing

Colton Red Thread Adoption Session

Colton, OR Red Thread Adoption Family SessionView full post »

family and fall leaves

Fall Mini-Sessions at Laurelhurst Park

I had a great time meeting these three beautiful families in Laurelhurst Park for some mini-sessions! It was a perfectView full post »

courthouse wedding ceremony

Sarah & Michael Get Married! Portland Courthouse Wedding Photography

This was such a lovely day. Sarah and Michael have been together for four years and made it official with a sweetView full post »

Family portrait

The Sameck Families: Cathedral Park Extended Family Photography

Becca’s parents were having a birthday, and all the families were gathering (some from out of state) in PortlandView full post »

family laughing portrait backyard

Baby Henry and Family! Lifestyle Newborn Family Photography

A fun, sweet photography session combining newborn family lifestyle photography, at the family’s home inView full post »

Family portrait at Mt Tabor park

Sarah & Ben: Mt Tabor Family Photography

Family photography session on location at Mt Tabor Park in Portland, Oregon.View full post »

Simple Father’s Day Photo Gift

Father’s Day can be so hard to buy presents for.  Those “gift lists” around the internet aren’tView full post »