I am so excited to announce a new type of session, one that several clients have already taken advantage of an a few have been doing for years! A completely unscripted session with your kids. One hour of documenting your family being themselves, in their own environment. One hour of documenting the things you think of when you think of being a parent. Like teaching them how to cook or how to draw. Showing them how to build a tower taller or mix colors to get new ones. Sharing hobbies or quiet moments reading. Your family, totally unscripted.
Now I LOVE doing typical family sessions, and getting candid (but directed by the photographer) moments of a family interacting. In a regular family session (my bread and butter, and of course will still be offering this) there is often the purpose of getting several images that can really stand alone to display in a home, or for a gift, or for a card. We also take updated photographs of each child, or the siblings walking together or hugging. All really wonderful images to have for your families permanent library. I myself hire a professional about twice a year for this type of session and treasure each and every one!
But Unscripted Chaos sessions are different. I am going to walk into your home and document, for one hour, whatever is happening. Family members will ideally be completely camera unaware. Maybe it’s a typical Sunday afternoon and you are building legos and baking cookies; maybe grandma is there teaching your daughter to knit or cook; maybe it’s the hour you bring home a new baby; maybe it’s a trip to the local playground or zoo you take your kids to every weekend. All that matters is that it’s your family, completely unscripted. No matching outfits or pinterest research required.
Unscripted Chaos sessions tell the story of your family in all black and white, in a 30-40 page soft-cover archival photo book (made in the USA with recycled materials) and a download of all of the images in your album collection. Available February-June 2016 – $499. Limited availability, please contact the studio.