reichmuth family // at home {portland family photography}

this little family is special to me - i had the honor of photographing Lucy's birth last February! i have yet to share those beautiful photos (though you can see a little sneak peek of one of them below - look out for the sweet rainbow-stamped foot!) but hope to get around to putting together my birth photography portfolio soon. i was thrilled to be asked to shoot a lifestyle session for their lovely family 9 months after Lucy's birth, it is always a joy to see the Reichmuths! especially on such a glorious sunshiney fall day.

PS - Brittany is an amazing photographer herself - check her out here!  

iver | esther short park {vancouver lifestyle family photography}

i had a lovely time with Iver and his wonderful mamas in august, following them around on a typical sunday morning. they played at the park, we wandered the farmer's market picking out produce, and ended with a sweet treat back at the park. it's silly how long it's taken me to blog this! a little bit of summer on these cold days, enjoy! 

the green family | waterfront park {portland family photography}

who doesn't like to read books on blankets and blow bubbles? it was a perfect evening with Avery, Treveé, and their adorable and spunky daughter Bristol. Treveé is a super talented photographer as well (check her out here), and i had a great time with this sweet family. 

sylvie | st johns {portland family photography}

i spent a lovely morning with this little family earlier this year. as soon as i walked up to the door and saw the quote from beatrix potter i knew i was going to like them.

sylvie was 3 1/2 at the time and if you've ever been around a kid that age you know how full of wonder and spunk they are, it's a magical time in childhood. she very graciously served her mama and I at a tea party, listened to a sweet story, wrestled with her papa, and led us on an exploration of the garden, the nearby field and a favorite tree. 

they were getting ready to move away, so it was a privilege to be able to document a tiny snippet of their lives at sylvie's first home. i'm always up for a session like this - i play the observer, and we just let everyone be themselves and see where the day takes us. now that i'm a parent i believe in this more than ever - these "day-in-the-life" moments are the ones you want to hold onto.