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!
Fall is the time that I do lots of family portraits. The light and the colors are some of the best stuff of the year. This family always takes advantage of that gorgeousness every autumn. Not that they need any help because this is one gorgeous family! They would look great in front of a dumpster. I met everyone when big brother was about 6 months old. That was four years ago and one less family member. Now little brother is on the scene and trying to steal the show. I don’t think my peek-a-boo-ing from behind the camera ever yielded so many smiles!