Big kids. I look at Liam, Emma, and Jacob and imagine my trio getting this bigs and my eyes start to involuntarily water. Liam is the eldest, the big 8th grader. And he's just as cool and competitive as he can be. Emma is the sweet darling middle child. She's so incredibly beautiful and exudes FUN. She helped Mom and Dad dance and eagerly orchestrated a handful of shots throughout the session. And little Liam, he loves his Momma. They all do, truly! But watching Liam's little
Little Elise has a contagious beaming joy that filled this cloudy evening with tons of giggles and laughter. Initially she wasn't too thrilled at the idea of taking pictures with a complete stranger. But, by the end she was helping me snap shots and high-fiving along the way! She's a doll and Mom & Dad absolutely adore her. What I loved most about my time with the Greb crew was just how casual they were. I didn't sense even a pinch of "family photo stress" or the typical "dad
Allie & Dustin are very special to me! Well all my clients are truly. But I find it a special privilege when clients come back to our studio year after year. I was excited to get the message from Allie letting me know that her hubby would be home from deployment this Fall and she wanted to be sure to snag one of my last session slots! So we set the date and waited. Needless to say their energy was organic and full of love and laughter. We met on Coronado beach at sunset and d
Katie & John have called the Yuma desert home for 5 years. Let that sink in for a second. Most military families only pass through Yuma for about 3 years, they've done almost double that. And guess what!? They love it. Leaving Yuma is on the horizon for them. "This is where I had all my children," she smiled. "We love it here!" I say it all the time and I sincerely mean it, there is an intoxicating beauty that you fall in love with in the desert -- which makes saying goodbye,
You know the desert has a beauty to it that is intoxicating. When we found out we were moving to the desert -- no words, just tears. I kept telling myself the people there seem to love it. It only took 3 days in our first desert locale to fall in love. Was it hot !??!?!!? YAASSSS!!!! But the community and small town feel make this place feel more like home than any big city we've ever forced-moved to. Fast forward to earlier this year when we moved to ANOTHER desert, and you'