The Deans were the very last family I shop for my 2018 Christmas winter minis and the best for last saying is always true. Nothing says Christmas Card picture like Fenway and Evie snuggling. Likewise nothing says awesome dad like Micah throwing Evie in the air even though he felt like death warmed over. :P Thanks for coming out guys <3
This was the first session I have had with Ashley, Carlos and Devyn, but I felt like I had known them forever when I met them at the Christmas Tree farm for our mini session. Except maybe Devyn, she was a little skeptical at first, but eventually I got to see her beautiful dimples. It was so easy to capture their love and connection with each other. <3
So excited to see the Webster family again, it has been just a few short weeks since we were welcoming little miss and now we are celebrating her first Christmas. Plus any excuse to dress her up and buy little Christmas booties, amirite?!
Can you believe how much she has grown since her newborn session!?! I love getting to watch my families grow, and those first few weeks really make a difference. <3 Check her out here.
I met the Huber family at a little Christmas Tree farm for their first photos as a family of four. Little Greta was a bomb dot comb big sister and was so proud to show him off to me. <3
I have heard so so much about Stephen since he popped into and brightened up miss Nicole's life. It was easy to see how smitten she was and how well they connected during our session <3
I have known Sarah since her daughter Chloe was the same age as little Christopher. It was awesome to get to see her and her family and capture them in their element for her. Especially Christopher, whos element is running. :P
I met with the Barnhill Family in Florence Kentucky at a park that is literally in their backyard. It was awesome because the kids got to show me around and tell me all of the cool spots and I got to capture them totally in their element. ripped tights and all. It was a little chilly, so we snuggled together under blankets and sang Frozen to keep warm. Bribes of hot cocoa may have been made <3
I met The Forbes Family at Smale park in downtown Cincinnati. Julie chose our location because she wanted our backdrop to be the Cincinnati Skyline and the Roebling bridge since they were new to the area and were wanting to send out Christmas cards. It is super awesome to know in advance if you are wanting to make cards, gallery walls, etc out of a session because we can plan on nailing that perfect shot. As a lifestyle photographer who focuses on moments it helps be knock that shot off in the beginning when everyone is still pretty excited and cooperative. :P Even though we were outnumbered everyone was pretty game for snuggling together (maybe for warmth) and were seriously super sweet. It was so great to explore Smale park and help them send family and friends a little piece of cincy.
I went to meet the Reburns and their pup Charlie for an in home session, just because. Which is the best reason. So this session pretty much combines my favorite things. Documentary photography, pups and photographing people in their home, so I was a happy Kristin.
Even thought they told me they were awkward 100 times we finished their sessions early with a TON of amazing photographs. Since I spent 45 minutes in their gorgeous home loaded with Target and Hobby Lobby finds I figured I could sneak in a solo trip to Hobby Lobby on my way home and was beyond bummed to find they were closed. AHHH
Thanks so much for inviting me into your home, throwing leaves at one another and snuggling in all of the various rooms of your house. <3
When my camera is charging you can find me playing with my little family or trying yummy new foods around the city. I promise to tell horrible jokes and will probably be more awkward than you, but by the end of the day we will all be laughing. Which is how I get the real natural smiles that you see in my portfolio!
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