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portfolio for Denver lifestyle newborn and family photographer

Through a photojournalist style it is my honor to create beautiful photos for your family. Through my love and devotion, I will tell your beautiful story. You are worth it!

The biggest moment of my life was when I became a mother. Nothing matches to finally get to meet your baby. That sweet newborn scent. To get to finally snuggle with your baby. They are so tiny and so adorable, and are finally here!

Lifestyle portraits are perfect for newborns, babies and families. This is such a versatile and fun type of session that produces precious memories. Lifestyle photography has no limit, it can happen in your home, at the hospital right after you give birth (or while you give birth), at your favorite ice cream store, the sky is the limit!

Lifestyle photography is about capturing your daily life, your raw, real emotions and moments. When you finally get to meet your newborn baby, the triumph of a little crawler, the interaction between your children and their puppy, the whole family decorating the Christmas tree, there are endless of possibilities.

Lifestyle portraits are offered year-round. Many focus on an activity that is special to them, then create an heirloom album that will be enjoyed through generations to come. What is your story?

Schedule a free phone consult, I would love to hear from you!

Lifestyle Portraits Gallery

“The littlest feet make the biggest footprints in our hearts”

Family photography is about capturing the natural looking you. I’m not talking about no make-up natural, but you playing, snuggling and enjoying your family. You don’t have to practice your smile in the mirror, all you must do, is bring your fun attitude.

I offer outdoor family photography sessions servicing Denver, Golden, Evergreen, Idaho Springs, Morrison, Littleton, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Wheat ridge and Arvada in Colorado.

Outdoor Family Portraits

“Family. Where life begins. And love never ends”