Tag Archives: family photography

4 Generations of Beautiful Women.

I am a student of history.  I especially love following family histories and can trace my father’s line all the way back 300+ years to the Jesuits arriving from France.  Next spring I plan to take my children to Scotland and follow my mother’s line back in time. When I met a family of women […]

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Summer Family Session

For over twenty years Upland’s Park has always been my favourite spot in Victoria.  Every time I came to the Island I would find a way to sneak over to the park to wander among the wilds.  The landscape is stunning, the colours glorious. It is also a photographer’s dream, even on what felt like […]

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Downtown Fall Family Session

This is the third time I have photographed this lovely family.  Right in the heart of downtown is their little oasis.  We spent the morning wandering the Farmer’s Market and then off the park completely working at the kids’ pace.  What I enjoy most about this family is that they are just, present… I feel […]

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A morning of play.

The best kind of photo shoot… the child is in his element, parent(s) are relaxed and the day is glorious.  These factors combined perfectly when I spent one morning recently with M and his momma.  We simply hung out at their home and I felt part of their morning rituals.  I have a new idea […]

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Bringing out the Silliness

When I meet a family for the first time I think how would my kids react to a stranger who shows up with a big black camera and tells them what to do.   The little people are the most important aspect of family photography and it is key to get down to their level and […]

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