Monthly Archives: April 2012

Colorado Portrait Photographer ~ The Sparks Family

denver colorado childrens portrait brother sister family

Spring is in the air and such a perfect time of year for family portrait sessions. It’s been a bit busy at the studio with families and children and babies (oh my!) .. and we’re loving every minute of it! So excited to share a few from a recent session with one of my favorite families. Brace yourself for a whole lotta cute :)

brother sister colorado red rocks family portrait photographer

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Denver Baby Photographer ~ Lila at 6 months

denver colorado urban baby lifestyle portrait So excited to share a few more from baby Lila’s recent portrait session! You may remember Lila and her parents  from Lila’s newborn session a few months back. (JP is a dear friend from days gone by, who I met while working in Switzerland, and Erika runs the most amazing bakery in the Highlands, called Living the Sweet Life – if you haven’t yet had the pleasure, go. Now. (you can thank me later :)

Hard to believe how quickly time flies by – at 6 months old this little angel is so bright-eyed and curious, and so sweet – denver colorado baby face family portrait the highlandsdenver colorado baby mommy mother daughter family lifestyle portraitthe highlands denver colorado urban baby portrait photographerdenver colorado family father daughter lifestyle portrait sessiondenver colorado baby family portrait photography sessiondenver colorado baby family portrait blanketdenver colorado family mommy baby lifestyle portraitcutest baby 6 months denver colorado smile

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Baby Lila ~ 6 months

denver colorado baby family kids portrait 6 monthsSo excited to share a quick peek from baby Lila’s portrait session – isn’t she just a doll? I just adore her sweetness. And how she lights up the world with her smile. It’s amazing how quickly time passes – this 6 month baby session so different from a few months back when I photographed her as a  newborn.. And I can’t wait to share more :) Soon, I promise!

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Colorado Family Portraits

denver colorado family portrait photography brother sister laughingLast week I posted a sneak peek of this Colorado portrait session, but wanted to follow up with the full blog post of this adorable family. Working with these lovlies is so much FUN! And it’s always amazing to be able to scroll through the archives to see how these kiddos have morphed over the years (we did a session a few years back – check out their cutest little faces here (scroll down to the third image :)  colorado children’s portraits ) – What a joy to see how they’ve grown into this most recent stage of their lives. Thank you, sweet friends, for a most fabulous afternoon!

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Texture and Light


I’m the first to admit that I don’t shoot nature. Or landscapes. Or abstract landscapes in.. um.. nature. What I tend to be drawn to most are personalities and connections and emotions, so naturally I gravitate towards photographing people. But I also understand the value of personal projects and branching out of one’s comfort zone. So last week during spring break, as we meandered our way through the slot canyons exploring the southwest, I photographed something that didn’t contain people, which is pretty rare for me. And surprisingly, I loved it!  :) I was completely inspired by the colors and texture and  sense of movement, the dancing interplay between shadow and light.  So today’s post is a first for me – a small glimpse into a world outside of portraits and weddings – enjoy :)

pastel hues of the Grand Canyonand one last shot – my guys  ♥..

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