I find myself getting lost in a story created through pictures. Documentary photography is one of my favorite things to do. Sure, the posed “everyone look at the camera” is great too, but candid moments ignite my passion for photography. When I can capture images that give a Mom, Dad, or Grandparent a glimpse of the past, it brings value and emotion upon the family.

Recently, I got to be Rease’s photographer and capture her story. This session took place at Point No Point in Hansville, Washington. The lighting was beyond perfect and created gorgeous backlit photographs. She came perfectly dressed in a flowy lace dress that was simple and elegant. Rease has such a fun personality and was creative with some of the shots. We bounced ideas off each other and had fun with this photography session. I wanted these portraits to reflect her childhood and become priceless treasures for her and her family to look back on. Maybe one day she’ll have a daughter of her own and be able to show these pictures to her little one…

P.S. I’ll be posting styling tips soon on my blog, so everyone can look their best in their portraits!

 

 

I find myself getting lost in a story created through pictures. Documentary photography is one of my favorite things to do. Sure, the posed “everyone look at the camera” is great too, but candid moments ignite my passion for photography. When I can capture images that give a Mom, Dad, or Grandparent a glimpse of the past, it brings value and emotion upon the family.

Recently, I got to be Rease’s photographer and capture her story. This session took place at Point No Point in Hansville, Washington. The lighting was beyond perfect and created gorgeous backlit photographs. She came perfectly dressed in a flowy lace dress that was simple and elegant. Rease has such a fun personality and was creative with some of the shots. We bounced ideas off each other and had fun with this photography session. I wanted these portraits to reflect her childhood and become priceless treasures for her and her family to look back on. Maybe one day she’ll have a daughter of her own and be able to show these pictures to her little one…

P.S. I’ll be posting styling tips soon on my blog, so everyone can look their best in their portraits!

 

 

A big thank you to all the families I’ve had the honor of photographing! Right now I am focusing on Sacred Birth Stories for birth photography. For all other types of sessions, please contact Christi Hunt Photography or Sarah Wolfe Photography.