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Family Portfolio

Friday, February 4th, 2011

This is your family, however you define it.  You.  Him.  Her.  Them.  Fluffy.  Bowser.

Great Falls Family Portraits: Outnumbered!

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

I was completely outnumbered in this shoot!  ; )  Mom is too, but she handles the full-time balls of energy with grace and giggles. I had a ball bossing the boys around, and watching Audrey try to boss them around. They are quite a trio–all beautiful, all-energy, and above all, FUN!

Real life, as it happens:

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Family Portraits: Spring Break

Tuesday, April 6th, 2010

It’s now a basic assumption that (1) I’ll have my camera and (2) I will take cute pics of the kids. Mixing a business with personal is my status quo.  I know this is where I want my business.  Right in the middle of a family doing whatever they do.  I want to go to their home, or a mall, or the playground, or cook breakfast.  Whatever.  I just want to document it–as it happened.  These photos are so much fun.

My daughter Lisee really, really thought she should be a triplet with her twin cousins. They are her size, despite the two year age difference. And she can still try to be leader of the pack. She found people that listened and did as she asked. Sometimes. Bella was just glad to not be in school, hanging with family, and chilling in the pool. She is definitely someone that can chill for days and days and days. If she has nowhere to be, nothing to do, she is happy. Counting clouds works in her book.

This is the funniest portrait I have ever taken of Kev. He didn’t know what was even happening.  Seriously–what in the world is that Mexican dude supposed to be “playing”?

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Our first visit to Joshua Tree National Park. First–it worth the visit. It may not be Zion or Arches, but it holds its own. There are two desert being preserved. The high Mojave desert where the Joshua Trees live and the lowland Colorado desert. Kitty, the fifth member of our family, also enjoyed our tour.

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Back at the ranch, Lisee figured out she could steal the iPhone from her sleeping cousin:

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