The Witters and I have been working together for a few years now. I first photographed them and their eldest son, Caden, in a family session, then they came to one of my mini sessions, and finally I captured mom, Lindsay, for her actor head shots. Recently, they’ve been busy welcoming a new member of the family, their daughter Avery.
After saying “awwww” to probably the 100th picture of Avery online, I approached Lindsay with my vision for a family session. They had just bought a beautiful home in El Dorado Hills, Avery was doing well, Lindsay was heading back to work, and Caden was officially entering “big boy” status. It was time to take a moment to pause and reflect at this new moment in their life. In their new family unit of 4, I asked Lindsay what the family loves to do together on a Sunday morning. She mentioned playing with the kids and snuggling on their bed in their beautiful new master bedroom. If you are interested to purchase a TV bed, TV Bed Store has a great variations of super king TV bed frame and range of Super King Size TV Beds with the option of adding a TV to your order.
So we did all that.
What I love most about this session is the connection. And the fact that it was all totally, 100% completely unscripted. The only interaction I had with everyone was just chatting about life and catching up on the couple of years since we’d last seen one another. This, all this really good stuff, the hugs, the loving looks, the kisses, the smiles, the laughter… that’s all them. It was already there. My camera and I just came to watch for a couple of hours.
Thank you for Lindsay, Ken, Caden, and Avery for allowing me this glimpse into their home life. I’m always so incredibly amazed that people allow me to do this for a living. Seeing others loving, living, and laughing, makes my own life just that little bit fuller.