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We love it when our wedding clients turn into family portrait clients, especially this beautiful mama & papa! We were able to sneak in a maternity session last week in Flagstaff just a few short days before their sweet little boy was born, who the family has affectionately nicknamed “queSedillo” (last name is Sedillo). More on the newborn photos next week. Congrats to this adorable new family. We can’t wait to meet him! ~Cameron and Jamelle
It’s our annual tradition to take pictures before the first day of school with Naomi, who will now be in the 4th grade this fall. I can’t believe how fast these school years have flown by; though she’s not changing on a daily basis like my two-year old, I love taking the time to get a few great portraits of Naomi each year. She’s an amazing and beautiful girl and I’m grateful that she is mine. ~Jamelle
We’ve been photographing the Call family for several years and it’s been fun to see the family grow. Now little Kason, just a week old, slept through everything; as the girls jumped, laughed, cried and loved all around him- the perfect big sisters!
These two little girls let us play princess with them for a little while while we were in Austin, TX last month. We had a great time with Harper and Emma!
(story by Jamelle) Cameron and I had a speed mini session for our own family Christmas cards this week, in a rushed attempt to pull something together to mail to grandparents and friends. We literally caught the last 15 minutes of daylight at my in-laws driveway. Just a friendly reminder that our kids never behave any better for our 10 minutes of fame in front of the camera, and you can see, in my case, who gets all the attention these days.
Thank you again for our wonderful community of friends and family who support us in our attempt to balance life as young families and working professionals. We are so thankful for jobs that we love- even if our families are the last to get photographed. Merry Christmas! ~Jamelle
Chrissy is the catering manager at Forest Highlands and we had some mutual wedding clients with her this fall. We were thrilled when she decided to have us photograph her family this year. Molly is two and a half and Mayla turned five the day after this session. Mostly Chrissy wanted a photograph to document Mayla turning five but also capture the relationship between her two girls. It’s not easy to get kids to be together in the same frame at this age and some smarties were involved to promote success! Even though this was one of our classic portrait sessions, I feel that I was able to get a lot of great candid moments in an hour with this fun family. I would love to go back and spend a morning with this family and see crafty Mayla in action and feisty Mollie playing with her toys. There is always next year. ~Cameron