I started my portrait business with a facebook post for mini sessions 10 years ago. I was working for a photography team here in RI and I thought maybe I would try to do some work on my own. My first mini event was a huge success! Everyone who came to my first event came back to do more sessions with me and some still come to this day. After the first couple attempts I swore to never do these kinds of sessions outside again! The weather was too unpredictable, where would I take a break?! I never thought the possibility of a pandemic make me think otherwise! Spring sessions are coming soon! Again I’m doing two options… Inside mini’s and outside. I thought I would take this opportunity to share a mini I did this fall. You can do so much in a little bit of time!
It was a rainy day but with limited availability and a baby on the way we had to act fast or no maternity session! Thankfully we chose a spot in Providence with lots of places to tuck away from the rain. Umbrellas always make a cute prop for any portrait anyway! We had to do it because babies wait for no one! I was especially excited to meet this family since they put their trust in my to document the birth of this little guy! What a truly amazing experience, but we will save that for next time…
Another fall family portrait session with another one of my favorite families! I met these guys in this exact same spot for their engagement session. Fast forward a couple of years and many photo shoots later we are back with grandma, grandpa and two beautiful kids! We were able to recreate a couple of shots from the engagement session, but this time we added in the new family members. That’s what I call coming full circle! Thanks for letting me capture all these precious moments for you guys!
I met this family a year ago in Bristol for a family portrait session. Last year baby brother was just a little peanut who didn’t like to stand on grass. Now I could hardly catch him! We walked around the east side of Providence taking advantage of all the pretty old houses and springtime blossoms. This seemed like more of a playdate for the kids than a portrait session. They ran around, did so much jumping and made friends with a neighborhood cat! Thank goodness for snacks! It was the only way they would take a break and sit! When in doubt bust out the goldfish!
I had the pleasure of doing these little cutie pies’ photos in Providence a couple of weeks back. This is the second year in a row that I had the opportunity to take portraits of them. They have gotten cuter if that’s possible. Liam’s main objective was to take silly pictures while Silvie was just there to look cute. I think we had success on both fronts. On a side note these kids happen to belong to my husband’s boss so I hope I did a good job! Enjoy!