Hi again! It's me, Jenna!
With almost 12 years in business I sure do have a lot of stories to share! I hope that I can spread some joy and inspiration with the following posts. I have so much fun writing them! Please explore by choosing a category or just by scrolling through!
If you’ve landed on this page, chances are, someone in your house tends to get a little stressed when it comes to photo planning. With ten years of experience in photographing families and children, plus juggling four kids of my own, I have definitely been through the trial and error stages of making our own […]
Let’s be real – scheduling family photos can be hard when juggling work, kids, marriage, a social life and everything in between. Time slips away and before you know it your youngest kiddo is 2 years old. You finally get your photos scheduled and plan your outfits (which is a challenge in itself). You show up not knowing what to expect from your littles – will we get the sour patch kids, the photogenic kids or the kids in dire need of a nap? Helpful tip: smile no matter what. Enjoy those 45 minutes…because when you do…it shows. Let the toddler run, let them cry and pout and run away at the speed of light. Let them be clingy, clumsy, silly and loud. Let them carry around their tractor and give your photographer the stink eye. This is life right now and before you know it two more years will pass and you’re going to want it back. This is the best life.
I love meeting new families and vibing right from the start! When working with small kiddos it’s very important that you get them moving, grooving, and playing. I like to take the 45 minutes that we have together and use it for what it is – time together. This adorable family of four soaked up every single second and laughed until their cheeks hurt.
Holly and her son, Henry, joined me for fall minis this year over at Rock Mill Bridge in Lancaster, Ohio. A rustic and vibrant location that is just stunning for not only families but engagements and seniors, too! Plus a throwback to when Henry was a squishy newborn.