Olivia and Kennedy

I recently enjoyed a beautiful morning session on the lawn of the Nelson Atkins Museum with two incredibly adorable sisters, Olivia and Kennedy. They are such wonderfully well-behaved young ladies. And cute as can be, as you can see!

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The Hawman Family

It’s always a pleasure working with the Hawman family! Our first session took place several years ago when Anson was a couple months shy of being born, and now he’s nearly as tall as I am. Which sounds like I’ve been photographing them for a decade or so, but that’s not the case. And that’s a bit of an exaggeration anyway. He’s just really tall for a youngster and I’m really short for an old-ster.

Olive’s Newborn Session

Recently, I had the pleasure of traveling to Kansas to meet an adorable little lady named Olive. She is just a few weeks old — or just a few weeks new, I suppose. It was wonderful to spend a few hours in her home capturing those precious newborn expressions, the sweet and calming interactions with her parents, and the curious  gazes from her gorgeous eyes!

Welcome to the world, Olive! You certainly make it a more beautiful place.

 

The Clohessy Family

I’ve had the honor of photographing the Clohessy family several times in the last few years, starting with Asher’s newborn pictures. And, growing up too quickly as they always do, he’s become a walking, talking, incredibly adorable ball of cuteness and personality. He is also blessed with a most adorable baby sister who will undoubtedly grow up too fast. But the cuteness grows exponentially from one shoot to another, so all is well.

Burasco Family

What I love the most about my job is knowing that I’m capturing fleeting moments for my clients. I feel this especially when I’m working with families with young children. Having one of my own, I know how quickly they change. The first years are filled with amazing changes and accelerated growth. The moments fly by much too quickly. And those sincere, candid smiles just melt my heart!