Category Archives: Tips

On meeting expectant parents where they are

Because I work with a lot of expectant parents (or they often are when they get in touch), I have thought about how I can better meet them where they are. When someone first inquires about a maternity or newborn session, I’m of course super excited! Not only is a huge change happening in their...

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10 steps to getting hassle-free family pictures

If you are considering a documentary session for your family, I jotted down some notes that will help the experience feel effortless: 1 – Allow plenty of time for your session If your kids need a while to warm up to strangers – talk to your photographer about how long of a session would be...

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Tips to make time feel more abundant

Recently I listened to a podcast episode on how to make time feel more abundant. Laura Vanderkam, the interviewed  expert, did a study on 900+ people with jobs and families. She had them track what they did with their time, as well as asked them questions related to how they perceive time. She turned her...

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Awesome documentary family photography accounts to follow on Instagram

I’ve been feeling overwhelmed with Instagram lately – not so much about posting on Instagram, but keeping up with everyone else. Because I follow nearly 400 accounts on my Instagram, I don’t have the time or the patience to look at every single image in my feed, let alone read captions. This often leads to...

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Documentary newborn and family photographer serving San francisco Bay Area, San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley, Santa Cruz and surrounding areas.

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