Family Outdoor Mini Sessions
Sunday, June 11th and Saturday, June 17th
Location: Lincoln Park
parking in Zoo Parking Lot
CELEBRATE YOUR FAMILY
The weather is warm. It's time to come out and play and strengthen the bonds of your beautiful family.
Use these photos as Father's Day gift, for your holiday cards, and decorate your home with the beauty of springtime with your family.
Now is the time to come out and enjoy family time in front of the camera and let me capture the magic for you!
FAMILY OUTDOOR MINI SESSIONS
Limited Time - Limited Slots
A custom 8x10 Print
Prep guide so that you can be all set for success
Beautiful Location with parking
A pre-shoot call so that you have all your questions answered and you can tell me all about your family
Zoom or in studio slide show and ordering session
(Additional prints, digitals and products sold separately - no additional purchase necessary)
YOUR MINI SESSION EXPERIENCE
A discovery consultation to learn more about you and your family.
Your mini session takes place at a carefully selected outdoor location. It’s 30 Minutes of action packed fun.
Virtual or in-person reveal and guided ordering session with special Mini-Session Prices
Bravo! Time to hold your new gorgeous art and take it home to enjoys for years to come!
Prints and products are sold separately (see below for price list)
Book Now - June 11th and 17th
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I fell in love with photography in HS. I’m the kid who got you kicked out of class for goofing off with me. I’m still that kid. My greatest achievement is my daughter, Zoe. I love to explore new music. I’m also active with the ManKind Project, part of a global network of personal development programs for men, where I lead empowerment meetings and staff training retreats. I have a bachelor’s degree in theatre and English from Truman State, and a master’s degree in English from the University of Illinois-Chicago.
I love to get to know people and have fun with them. That always leads to great photos.