Family

YOUR

LEGACY

DOES YOUR FAMILY MEAN THE WORLD TO YOU?

If 2020 has taught us anything, it is how important our connections to family are. Your family will never be at this stage again - we grow, we move, we suffer the inevitable loss of those we love. It is important to hang on to the moments that will be treasured forever.

Photography helps families stay connected.

Loved.

And healthy.

Hope is on the Horizon!

And good things come to those who wait!

We will be able to gather again! We can celebrate that hope today by planning for tomorrow!

 

Even better - you can take advantage of a great savings opportunity if you plan for later portraits today!

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In the meantime, pull out your old albums, and shoeboxes of photos, enjoy the memories they bring. Zoom, call, text and snail mail your family and friends. And dream of the day SOON when we can create that knockout portrait for the fireplace, that custom canvas collection for the living room, those gorgeous framed prints for your bedroom and nursery. 

Patience is a virtue.

And the memories you will create in the near future will be worth the wait!

 
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WHY NOT A FAMILY PORTRAIT NOW?

I have a confession to make: I miss my kids and my grandkids! If there is one thing that 2020 has taught us, it is the fierce importance of relationships, of the need to find a way to keep family close. I have missed nearly a year of a baby learning to walk, a teenager sprouting a foot of growth and a new voice. Sports and music concerts and birthday parties and sleepovers. And it hurts. I beg my kids to "just send me some pictures!"

 

Now, more than ever, family portraits keep us connected. So gather your photo albums, hang past images on the wall! Call your friends and family. Have weekly Zoom chats. And wait patiently for our worlds to open up safely again. 

 

Keep envisioning that knock-out image of your family over your fireplace, or a fabulous Heirloom Collection of prints! Do you need a portrait to surprise Grandma on her birthday? Or a collection of albums that can keep your parents connected to their grandchildren, especially if they have been alone and restricted from visits?

 

Patience, Grasshopper!

Those portraits will be all the sweeter because we know now, without a doubt, that we need the hugs and the memories that keep love alive.