This session was shot on location in and around the client’s home. I love capturing elements of the home in my sessions and especially the sweet interaction between the family. Sigh.
This is going to be an “I told you so moment,” so please don’t rub it in like I know you want to!
Thanks for letting me be me when I was growing up. I know there were some seriously cringe-worthy outfit choices I made. You always had my back no matter how ridiculous I looked!
Thank you for teaching me independence and patience. Those qualities have mostly served me very well over the years. Let’s not go into details about the time I decided I wanted “wispy” bangs in 5th grade… (even though the patience part definitely came in handy then!)
Mostly, I want to thank you for being my friend and a sounding board, and always being there for me (even when we were in the teenage-door-slamming-days… examples not necessary)!
I’m a better Mom and person because of you.
Your daughter, Alyssa (or, “Alyssa Roeder Hunt, Inc!” when you’re mad”)
As a way of saying Thanks to ALL Mom’s, I’ll be announcing a new project in the upcoming weeks. STAY TUNED!
I like my client’s holiday photos to be a surprise. I think they should be the first to share them. Now that the big rush is over I want to show you all the work I was busy with this Fall.
I’ll start with this darling family that happened to be my very last session before Christmas. The kids were so well behaved. They did a great job listening and we were able to get some darling images that will be forever cherished.
I love what I do. I especially love photographing families. I’m a sweaty mess by the time the session is done – but I get so in the zone I don’t even care. I love photographing families being… families. It’s fun, messy, crazy, wild and fleeting. What I do allows me to freeze time. Those little hands, little smiles – with sometimes crazy teeth… the candid image of your sweet baby looking off into the distance. It all goes too fast and I love the ability to create something that isn’t fleeting – a photograph to help you remember what it was like – where you were. It’s so wonderful. This family, well, one of my favorites, of course! We’ve known them for quite a long time but have had the pleasure of getting to know them better and spending a lot of great times together since our move to Grand Rapids. To know them is to love them! Here is your sneak peek – I think the outtakes are my favorites!