This is a dear family to me. The two boys are twins born just one day before my oldest boy was born. I had the privilege of photographing them in beautiful Albion Basin this summer. Albion Basin is at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon in Utah and is open for about 1-2 months in the summer for hiking and wildflower viewing. There are moose, dear, and other wildlife as well as a breathtaking display of wildflowers. It is a good way to escape the heat and enjoy family pictures in the summer.
It was a super busy summer. I was able to do a lot of photographing and saw a lot of beautiful sites in the Wasatch Mountains. I am now just able to post some of the sessions. I hope you enjoy. This first family had the best lighting and the best showing of wildflowers. It was the perfect setting.
I am so excited to announce my Utah trip for this summer. It has been a long time since I have visited Utah because my husband is in the military and it is hard to get time off to visit family. This trip has been made possible because my parents have moved back to Utah after almost 15 years. Now I have a place to crash and dump my kiddos and take time to enjoys ourselves in the best state in the nation.
Since it has been so long I wanted to make an effort to see old friends by the way of doing some photography. My business is doing well and I want to make this a business trip as well as a fun trip. What a better way to see everyone's kids and catch up over a sunset portrait session overlooking the salt lake valley (or anywhere else beautiful). So, please take this opportunity as well as my discounted prices and lets get together.
Meet Ryan Simmons. He is an actor living in Salt Lake City, Utah. I met him while we were both attending the same college. He is so fun. Also, he is a super good model. To this day, he has been the best model I have ever photographed. I never even had to pose him, he just knew what to do and what he wanted his shots to look like.
This must be one of my most favorite protriat sessions of all time. I love this family and I just think the pictures turned out so well, if I don't say so myself.
We started at sunrise because on the east coast the sun rises over the ocean and doesn't set into the ocean (much to my chegrin). It was just magical and worth the earyly hours.