hanging out with an old friend...
My family moved around a lot as a kid. I never really found "home" until I moved to Atlanta. I created my own found-family here. I built a life where I could be my most authentic self. Sometimes this means I curse too much or cry at silly TV shows, or get last minute tattoos and dance horribly at all the local music shows. But mostly it means I get to create a space where you can also be authentic and unfiltered. I plan intentionally for a comfortable, natural, raw session with you and your family; dirty diapers, messes, tears, snuggles, giggles; the whole shebang. Inviting someone out with your family, especially into your home, is so incredibly personal. I get it. 100%. I usually won't pull my camera out for the first few minutes. I'll take my shoes off, get on the floor and see what your kiddo is playing with, and chat about what you made for breakfast. By the end of our session, it'll often feel like you just invited an old friend over to hang out (just without the sweatpants and Little Debbie snacks, though I could be convinced).