The last few days I’ve been sharing with you some of my Holiday Short Story Sessions, held for clients back in November. The Holiday Short Story Sessions (aka the mini session) are held in my natural light studio space in downtown, Vancouver. The studio is an ideal spot for a photo session on a cold Fall or Winter day! This is my third post on my holiday sessions of 2014. And this one, involves a little boy you may remember from when he was a wee, wee lad ; ) He came into my studio for his first session last Spring (see post here) and I was head over heels over this guy and his hair, eyes and cheeky smiles. He’s grown from a baby into a toddler. I introduce to you again, Evan…
As with my other sessions held for the holidays, the bench in these images is made from reclaimed wood by the folks at Studio 126 located in Chinatown, Vancouver.
We always have a chance to get in some non-themed photos during my Short Story Sessions. In this case we caught some beautiful moments with the family and with Evan and his mother.
I love the photo below with mom, Evan and the sparrows. I had incorporated the same sparrows in our first session together and it turns out that he’s a big lover of birds, including these ones.
Sometimes I get some interesting looks and reactions to the sounds I make to get children’s attention. This was a reaction I loved because he looks so sweet and innocent and his eyes look so big and round!
I’ve shared this image on my Instagram and Facebook page previously. This is another big, big favourite of mine. Heart melting sweetness. I love when babies give their momma’s a big wet kiss on the cheek!
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Interested in my ever-popular Short Story Sessions? Dates for 2015 will be released soon. I offer these sessions at select times of the year and spots are always limited. My clients and newsletter recipients are some of the first to learn about dates and get dibs on booking sessions. So sign up for my NEWSLETTER and not only will you hear about my Short Story Session availability, but you’ll also learn about any promotions I may be offering and what’s going on with my studio. Of course, if you’re interested in a session for your family or for someone you know, feel free to email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.