“Simplicity is the final achievement. After one has played a vast quantity of notes and more notes, it is simplicity that emerges as the crowning reward of art.” ~ Frederic Chopin

As I get older, and I continue to have the opportunity to grow as a photographer and person, I’ve realized the value in simplicity. I’ve tried it all… the elaborate poses, the big sets and props… and for me it’s become clear that in simplicity there is so much beauty. There are so many trends out there in newborn photography, and I love that everyone has such a voice and the opportunity to find creativity however they find it… but I’m finding myself more and more drawn to the sessions that are just baby, beautifully lit with the simplest of props and blankets. This is one of those sessions. This is Isaac, and he is one gorgeous little baby <3

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There’s nothing I love more than watching families grow…it’s even more fun when momma is an old friend. I’ve photographed all three of these little darlings when they were newborns, and I love seeing them grow into the sweet little people they are becoming. Thanks Nicole and Tim for sharing these little ones with me for just a little while.

 

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“We are making photographs to understand what our lives mean to us.”
— Ralph Hattersley

I spent an evening this fall with the Patel family, playing, walking and talking. I love these types of sessions. They aren’t rushed and I just get to watch a family together. It reminds me that taking photos is more about understanding and remembering what our lives, in this moment, mean to us. For a lot of us with young kiddos it’s them and our family unit.. and it’s a wonderful thing to hold close <3

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