We photographed the Runk family in the summer of 2021 up Provo Canyon. The weather and mountains were beautiful. We were surrounded by trees and the photos turned out great.
We braved the cold winter weather for these family portraits up Big Cottonwood Canyon. I had photographed the Lake’s wedding a few years ago and we were excited for their family photos!
We’re taking a trip down memory lane with this blog post featuring photos of my friends the Petersons! We photographed the family back in 2011 and Sophie has grown up…
The Utah Capitol can be an indoor and cheap location to photograph family portraits. We photographed the Kenny family at the capitol.
We can photograph portraits virtually anywhere. Even the lovely backyard and home of John & Steve were the excellent location for their family portraits. I photographed them in 2013, cause I am way behind in my blogging.
Big Springs Park in Provo Canyon was the location for this post-wedding engagement shoot and family photo shoot. I photographed Adam, Amy, and Afton during the summer.
I photographed Ian & Kevin in studio. These family portraits will be used in their adoption process. It’s exciting to help families in something like this.
If you haven’t been around mountains, Utah may seem like a foreign country. We were in Little Cottonwood Canyon for family portraits with the Davidsons.
I photographed the Daniels family in studio. We used Photopia Studio in Cottonwood Heights for these family photos. It gave us a variety of backgrounds perfect for their portraits.
I photographed the Arroyo family at Big Springs Park in Provo Canyon. The autumn leaves were so cool and really took the photos to the next level.