California is truly spectacular and makes such a wonderful backdrop for family images. And we are able to schedule shoots outdoors year round. Pretty amazing. For this family session in November we met up at Rodeo Beach in Sausalito. A beautiful “remote” location just minutes from the Golden Gate Bridge. So much fun!
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Four daughters. Three mothers. "Oh what a power is motherhood." - Euripides Wishing a very happy mother's day to all!
Seven years old. Waiting for new front teeth. It’s a milestone. It’s also a chance to show how much love he has for his mom. And she for him.
I love unbridled enthusiasm. Don’t you? These girls had great ideas for our photo shoot. On this particular day we moved around Marin trying to outrun the fog. And the whole family just rolled with it. Such a pleasure! We started in Tiburon and finished up at the Marin Art & Garden Center. Thank you S. Family and welcome to Marin!
This was the first ever family portrait session for this family who were the successful bid on an auction item I donated to the Ross Valley Nursery School in Kentfield. I think they did a fantastic job, no? The children, so loving and sweet with each other, were an absolute pleasure to photograph. The setting at a yacht club in Tiburon was stunning and especially meaningful as the family is starting to all sail together. Thank you C. Family!
I love newborn sessions! This little fellow is just 6 days old. He slept through the entire session and was a dream to photograph. (I think he had been awake most of the night, sorry mom and dad!) Big sister was a huge help (click here to check her out in a previous session) and loved swaddling her doll just like her baby brother. I love seeing their interaction. In four weeks this newborn looked completely different. Those first few days of life are magical and fleeting. Did I tell you I love newborn sessions?!
Miss J. is at that fabulous age of two. She is still a little girl but also astounds you with her astute observations. Ever the welcoming hostess, she insisted I have tea (real, hot tea!) with her. Thank you S. family for a wonderful visit!