My Photography Bucket List

I love new challenges and shooting different kinds of sessions. My heart soars for sessions beyond the typical “posed in a park” type of session. Below is a list of sessions that I’d love to shoot, ideas that I have, but I need the perfect family or couple for.

Are one of these sessions for you? If so, you might be able to scratch an itch I’ve had (and I might have a discounted session for you in return). Click on the “start your story” button below and fill out my contact form to get started with your outside-the-box session.

Not sure what these might look like? Click on the gallery links below to view some examples from the session.
Then click on “start your story” below to contact me about creating your own.

 
 
  • Campfire S’mores Session (see gallery here)

  • Playground Session (see gallery here)

  • Coffee and a Walk Session (see gallery here)

  • Visiting the Christmas Tree Farm Session

  • Trampoline Jumping Session

  • Swim Party Session

  • Boating/Lake Day Session

  • Visiting a Pumpkin Patch Session

  • Going to Pick Strawberries Session

  • Cookie Baking Session

  • Putting up the Christmas Tree Session (click here to watch my December 2018 family film of this)

  • Driving Around Looking at Christmas Lights Session

  • Picking Blueberries Session

  • Trip to the Zoo Session

  • Going to Get Ice Cream Session

  • Family or Couple Game Night Session

  • Sprinkler and Slip-n-Slide Session

  • Activity with Grandparents Session

  • County Fair Session (click here to look at photos and watch the film I put together of my own child at the County Fair in July 2018)

  • Fourth of July and Fireworks Session

  • Around the Farm Session

  • Family Fishing Session

 

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