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The Huber family and I explored Mt. Airy Arboretum for their summer family mini session. You can see both of the kiddos personalities truly shine, that’s why I love Candids. <3
I met the O’Neil family for their annual sunflower mini session at Cottell Park. I love getting to see the girls grow every year and slowly but surely they are getting taller than these sunflowers.
I met the Mahoney family at Ault Park to capture pictures of Isla at 9 months for a family mini photo session. She was such a little darling and was so easy to capture her sweet personality.
I met Kate and her family to splash and explore the little Miami Riverbank for their family mini session.
Maria won a free session through a Facebook giveaway that I was running a few months ago. I was so excited to see them again because the last time I photographed them Oliver was just a little one and now he is full steam ahead and more toddler than baby. It was so fun watching him explore!
I met the Cao family at Ault Park to celebrate that it was their 25 year wedding anniversary, as well as to capture family pictures. They had their wedding pictures done at Ault Park, so I think it so fun that they chose to come back to this spot 25 years later.
I met the Markowich family at Ault Park in Cincinnati, ohio for their mini session. It was such a joy capturing these two brothers and their sweet bond. <3
I met the Young family at Smale Park on the Ohio Riverfront for their family session this summer. I couldnt believe that it has already been a few years since I photographed Welles’ newborn session when they first moved to Kentucky. The first session had lots of nods to New York, but this one was […]
Whitney told me that her family had rented an air bnb to “quarantine together” and have a little stay-cation. While they were here in Cincinnati they asked for a mini session to capture all three generations together for an extended family session.
I met the Waltz Family at Ault park for a fun summer family mini session. It was the perfect summer night and we had so much fun exploring.
I met the Hartman family at Ault park for their summer family mini session. It was so fun getting to see sweet Theo again, since the last time he was just a baby for his newborn session.
I met the Pfaff Family at Ault Park for their family pictures and capture sweet Freddie turning one. It is kind of funny that we traveled the 25 minutes to Ault park for our session, since we live less than a 5 minute walk from each other, but it was the perfect backdrop for exploring with their family of four.
We found the most perfect park for their summer family pictures because it had tall grass (forever my favorite), gorgeous lighting, and then little fun activities for all the boys to let their personalities shine.
The Hager family came to splash in the creek and hunt for bugs for their mini session at Sharon Woods.
I met Brittany and Parker for a mini session at Sharon Woods. I love photographing mamas and their little ones because the connection is so strong and sweet.
Little miss Stella was all smiles at her mini session at Sharon Woods park to celebrate her first birthday. Look at this walking cutie Throwback!
Love is clearly in the air for the Simcik family during their spring mini session at Smale Riverfront Park. Maybe because it was Lindsay and Ben’s anniversary? Maybe because the boys have that special twin connection.
I met the Dean family at Smale park for their spring pictures.
I met the Huml family at Sharon Woods to capture this sweet little man at 9 months. It wasnt quite spring yet for our session, so we ventured to the nearby park. Which was awesome because we were able to capture his first time going down a slide and swinging – so cool!
The Messers’ decided to give “grandma” a family session with all of her children and grandkids. We met at Ault Park and were able to capture a few group and individual shots of each family.