I have known sweet Jasmine since she was in nursery school with my girls. I love to see her change from year to year; it’s bittersweet and exciting and unbelievable how life marches on.
This photo is from a playdate we had in 2010.
Hold your babies close tonight – they grow up and away before we know it.
This is another photograph that is being framed so it can be proudly displayed in this Altadena family’s home. Their daughter leaves for college next year and they wanted a nice family photo that would capture this time in their family’s history. This will be matted in a 4-ply, 2″ white mat and framed in a black wood frame for a classic, timeless look. A framed photograph fits with any decor, from traditional to post-modern.
I love and display my own family photos, and believe that printing and displaying, whether on the wall or in an album, are the best ways to preserve your memories.
I love location scouting. I will hike for three hours to find the perfect spot, where the light is flattering and the backdrop showcases my families. This was the perfect location to hike to on a chilly Sunday morning.
Tracey wanted to update her family photographs and wanted a large framed print to hang on her wall. This was the one she chose and it is even more beautiful when printed. When you print and frame a photograph it becomes something that lives with your family, it becomes a part of your daily life. It marks a time in your life and declares, “This is important.”
This framed photograph will easily last 100 years and be passed down through the family. There’s a good chance that one of the grandchildren of these kids will own this photograph one day.