I first met the Fraters back in 2004 when I moved in across the street from them. It’s hard to believe that 12 years have passed?! Both of us have since moved away from that neighborhood, but have kept in contact via Facebook. It’s not easy to book a family session when your kids are grown and have lives of their own, but Connie was determined to make it happen! Their last official session was seven years and it was time for new photos. This family still gets together for dinner on Sunday evenings and recently traveled to Texas together. I saw photos of them at the Magnolia Silos in Waco! Connie, I need details because I am dying to go there! :-)
KC England Photography is located in Spokane, WA and serves family, senior, and wedding clients.
When we first met on the phone, Kelli and I discovered we had about 1,000 connections between the two of us so it was like seeing an old friend by the time we met in person!
Most of my fall family sessions take place in natural areas with lots of changing leaves, so getting a chance to shoot an urban session was a nice change of pace!
I truly love working with clients year after year and watching families grow - this is session #5 for the Solberg family!
I am pretty sure my 6 year old would move in with this family if I let her.
Wow! We couldn’t have picked a better fall day for this family session!
A family session at home was the perfect way to photograph this busy family of four.
I think we encountered a record number of weather patterns during this family session - sun, wind, and even intermittent rain fell throughout the evening
Watching Ruby take care of and hold her little brother was my favorite part of this session!
I received this text from my client the day or so after their session…
With 3/4 of their kids in their 20's now, it's getting harder and harder for the Alley Family to all be in the same place.