DC Children’s Photography | Two Brothers

As I watch my own daughter and son begin to develop a relationship, it’s beautiful to see the connection in siblings. Despite the inevitable conflict from time to time, there’s something truly wonderful about having brothers and sisters.

I so enjoyed photographing these two brothers on a recent (chilly) spring day at the National Arboretum in DC.  I hope these photos remain a sweet reminder of their friendship for many years to come.

Capitol Hill Newborn Photography | Baby Benjamin

Spring is officially here, and this sweet little boy is as cute as they come! One of the great joys about photographing new babies is often getting to photograph new parents as well.  I so enjoyed meeting little Benjamin with his parents at their Capitol Hill home in DC.

A big congratulations to Benjamin’s mom and dad on their little guy!


Capitol Hill Newborn Photography | Baby Becket

Winter can seem like a difficult season to have a new baby–what with all the bundling up and such you’ve got to do–but it can also be so wonderfully cozy to stay snuggled up inside.  After the blizzard we had in D.C., I got to meet a sweet little boy and his lovely family for photos at their warm Capitol Hill home.

I kind of wished I could have taken a nap next to the fireplace, too! This winter newborn session is full of cuteness. Here are a few of my favorites.



Maryland Family Photography | The “S” Family

The news this week is all about an impending snowstorm…but before everything turns white and cold, I’d like to share these warmer images from the fall.  Was it really only a couple of months ago?

This fun family session couldn’t have happened on a better day–beautiful fall light and lovely fall colors.  I so enjoyed taking this family’s fall photos–complete with adorable dog–and I picked up a few tips on how to get good reactions from your subjects. Just have the parents dance behind your back while you snap photos of the kids! Better yet–have them all bust out their dance moves!

Here are a just a few favorites from this session.