Scott and Gina are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their little girl, Piper, who should be making her debut mid-May. This will make baby #5 for Gina! Yes, she is actually as tiny as she looks in the pictures & no, I don’t think it’s fair either.
Photographing larger families can be challenging at times, but this session was so easy & laid back. It was so sweet to watch the older siblings interact with the littlest guy, Colten. After some family photos, we were able to get some of just Scott and Gina together. All around a perfect shoot!
I can’t wait until Miss Piper arrives & am looking forward to her newborn session!
The weather has been so up and down the past few weeks, but luckily it was sunny and fairly warm for the Nair’s family session. Paayal contacted me back in February to set up a session for early spring. Turns out, she is friends with several of my past clients. Almost all of my business comes from referrals, so many thanks to everyone who sent this family my way!
You guys were such a pleasure to work with! Enjoy a few previews from your session!
Photographing friends is stressful. Photographing another photographer is stressful. Photographing friends, one of which is also a photographer…you guessed it…stressful, but in a good & challenging way :)
Tom, Jena, and I had been planning their session for quite some time. Since Jena is into photography she runs into the same issue I do, which is having 14 gazillion photos and maybe 3 (quality ones) with her actually in them. We decided to head to West Chester for their session since there are so many great spots for a pictures. I knew going into this that I was going to love photographing them since they didn’t want too many heavily posed photos. We just walked around town & I documented them as they are…which is usually laughing. Luckily we wrapped up about 5 minutes before it started pouring. We ended the afternoon with dinner and drinks (Thanks guys!).
Hope you love your photos!