Category Archives: Family

A Day in the Life: Pet Edition | Moncton Documentary Family Photographer

It’s Friday and we could all use a little dose of cute! Audrey and Etienne are new puppy parents to Indiana, a fluffy Samoyed.  They were keen to document this special time so that their friends and family in France could share in their excitement- and I was the lucky girl who got that gig. (Pinch me: […]

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Black Family- Half-Day in the Life | Sackville Family Photographer

You may remember Stacie, a fellow photographer, from this post. When I announced that I was going to offer documentary-style family sessions, she was super excited and booked her family’s summer shoot several months out. When August rolled around,  more health struggles, unfinished renovations and her hectic summer schedule almost made her reconsider, but I’m so glad we still […]

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FAQ | Documentary Family Photographer

I’m getting a lot of questions about my new documentary ‘Day in the Life’ family sessions lately and I wanted to share a little bit on what the experience is about. If you have no idea what I’m talking about, check out my post about these shoots and why I offer them instead of traditional or lifestyle family photography. Plus! […]

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Lymburner Family- Day in the Life | Moncton Documentary Photographer

You guys, these ‘Day In the Life’ sessions are quickly stealing my heart. It’s such a great gift to show families how much love fills their home and all the amazingly ordinary things that make their life special. Meet the Lymburners: Jenna, Jesse, Silas and puppy Jude. I wonder if Silas looks like the happiest […]

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Day in the Life – Leger Family | Moncton Documentary Photographer

I get to meet and photograph many sweet, fun and interesting families. Until recently, though, I’ve never felt in my element when doing so. Like I couldn’t find my groove. It’s partly that the whole traditional approach never really inspired me. Even my candid spin on portraits seemed to leave me feeling a little underwhelmed. […]

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