Britney and her husband Rob were a very calm and easy going couple to photograph. We did the photo shoot in a breathtaking air BnB down in Salt Lake City and it was so fun to do. Britney and Rob have been married for a while now and their relationship is amazing. They were shy and unsure of what to do at first, but I quickly helped them become more comfortable in front of the camera. I think it’s so nice to have photos after you are married so you can see how much your relationship has progressed and how much stronger your connection is. These shoots are fun as you take a moment from daily to-do lists to enjoy each others company and remember why you fell in love.
I get a lot of requests for family reunion photography and I absolutely love these sessions! I love seeing a whole family come together, being able to laugh and enjoy each others company. Being from a large family (baby of 11 here :) ) I know how hard it can be to get everyone together, and how rewarding it is when it actually happens. If I can ever get my WHOLE family together and do a professional photoshoot that will be a dream come true for me. Make it happen when you can. Life is full of unexpected turns, and every moment together counts.
She wasn’t sure she was into him when they first met and she put him in the friend box, he was so patient and almost gave up when her friends finally made her realize how perfect the two of them were together. And after being on this shoot with them...I'm convinced.
It's been full on family reunion time, and I love it! Coming from a big family myself, I enjoy seeing big family groups together. What you don't realize when you are young, is how limited your time with your siblings really is. Eventually you see each other less and less. You go on to have your own families and getting together gets harder, and before you know it, you are only seeing your siblings a couple times a year if you are lucky. It's always hard for me to see families who don't appreciate the time they could spend together and don't show up for it, because having lost a nephew, and a dad, and seeing my brother in law dying from Stage 4 cancer...I know how fleeting this time on this Earth is. Next time you are thinking of not going to that family reunion...think again. That time is so important, and don't wait until it's too late!