Abby Jack | Kirkland Family Photographer

Kirkland family photographer captures photo of a young girl smelling a flower

As a Kirkland family photographer, cheeky 3 year olds and babies are simply my favorite subjects.  It’s really hard to narrow it down, with all the other beautiful subjects I photograph, but there’s something about their funny personalities that make each and every session pure FUN!  This lovely crew joined me for their family photo session in Kirkland, WA over at Juanita Bay Park.  It’s a lovely location, and definitely a beloved favorite.

Abby & Jack brought their lovely parents along with them (hello, toddlers can’t drive!) to their session, and we had a blast.  The flowers were in bloom, the sun was shining, and a deer joined us, too!

*Looking to book your family session?  Summer sessions are booked, but Fall sessions are booking now!  Contact me below to book yours today.  

 

The Glow of Life | Seattle Maternity Photographer

As the warm days continue, I have been privileged to photograph some stunning women during an especially wondrous time for them.  The soft glow of a new life, is evident in every photo.

You deserve to look and feel like a Queen during your pregnancy.  Together, we will go to majestic or hidden places to create jaw-dropping images that will forever leave you breathless.
***To book your grand maternity session, please contact me using the form at the bottom of the page***

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The Perkins Family.


What can I say?  Perfection.  Beautiful subjects, and a stunning location, complete with a breathtaking PNW Sunset!  This family session was SO much fun–as most of them are, but this was was special because I happen to love this beautiful family!  I am truly blessed beyond measure to know them and to be their “Auntie!”
Seattle Family Photo Session

Sometimes, Bribery Is Worth It.

Last night, the sky was simply beautiful.  My “spidey” sense was tingling, so I grabbed my camera and my daughter and drove around the corner to one of our favorite spots.  Most photographers with children will know about PCS, but in case you don’t, it’s called “Photographer’s Child Syndrome.”  It’s when your children turn into blank stared zombies, or crying banshees, at the mere mention of your camera.  My daughter, being nearly 9 years old (how did that happen!?!?), is typically the staring zombie type.  Last night, I bribed her with Starbucks and a movie date this weekend.  Yep.  That’s what I have to do to get quality photos of my child.  These photos were well worth the bribe.

 

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