Family Photos | Medford Studio Sessions


Here in our little corner of Oregon, we have had quite the weather cornucopia. From sun to smoke, fog and rain, we have just about had it all. Because it’s been less-than-optimal weather, I’ve had the opportunity to photograph more families and professionals in my home studio in Medford. I’ve transformed my studio into a boudoir room, a kitchen, and of course, a photography studio when needed. I love that it’s flooded with plenty of natural light, and it really complements skin tones and yields plenty of different looks and tones.

Alli, the wonderful woman behind the social media account on Instagram is a delight to be around. She is running an incredible resource for families in Southern Oregon, that shows you the best spots to take your little ones on adventures. And, she would definitely know about adventures; she’s a stellar mom of three adorable and energetic kids. Most days, I feel I can barely chew gum and walk and this lady can hashtag, feed, clothes, comfort, multi-task, and have a conversation all at the same time. She is warm, graceful and full of ideas, adventures and charisma. I love these images most because they show her deep love of her children, and the way she is settled, content, and filled with joy. 

For a little over an hour, I took time with her each of  children to grab their personality and light. For these sessions, with limited time, it’s best to spend time one on one. As children attention is fleeting, 10 minute sessions with each kids allows me capture personality and those in-between moments without tiring them out. We were super lucky to grab some family photos (sans Dad, next time!) and with simple backdrops, a well dressed mom and 3 adorable kids, we made some great frames. One little gal even donned her best princess finery for me, creating an image I know her mom and dad will love for years to come.

I’d love to create some candid studio photos for you, and have openings this fall! Please reach out today!


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