A phenomenal photographer herself, Madison explained to me that she is always behind the camera for their family photos. She said that she would love to give her husband pictures of her and their daughter, for his birthday.
Each time I leave a session, I cry.
I started to believe there was something wrong with me for showing so much private emotion.
However, I now realize at those times - I am just so happy in present moments that I have been gifted with.
Through Becca and Trevor, I truly saw raw human spirit filled with complex and fierce heart that is created in and by love.
While I may slip around, roll in grass, and act like a crazy woman on location - I am continuously brought to a spot of thankfulness, as families and people allow me to watch their lives play around them.
Through photography, I have allowed myself to live in time - as it moves.
Not for what it should be, but for everything it is.
I am so incredibly thankful to you all, and the industry that has brought me so much tranquility.
I had such a blast with Alex and his family at Seattle's Pike Place Market.
As soon I was told that they would be headed down - I didn't hesitate at all in suggesting that we take his senior portraits at this location.
Thanks to Alex for taking time in your day and making sure that I didn't lay in puddles of spilled coffee drinks, while getting my "photography on"!
Though, I'm glad I could provide you with your daily dosage of humor.