Weddings are my jam, but I love getting breaks from them to take family portraits. There isn’t a single season or time of year that’s the best time to get your family portraits taken (especially in Tahoe, but I travel, too!). It’s not about when you show up to get your photos taken, but how you show up. Here are a few, low-stress ways you can prepare for a smooth family portrait session.
About three years ago, after gaining a new writing client, I thought it was time to finally get some professional headshots taken. The timing was [...]
Sugar Pine Point State Park is one of my favorite Lake Tahoe locations to take family portraits. Late in the evening and afternoon, it offers [...]
I'm so thrilled and honored that I could capture the newest addition for this rad family. My version of Tahoe newborn photography is as relaxed, [...]
Zephyr Cove Resort continues to be one of my favorite places to photograph family portraits in Tahoe. The endless options on it's giant boulders on [...]