A few weeks ago, my family crammed themselves into the car and made the (painful) drive all the way through New Mexico to spend Spring Break here in Colorado. My Dad, Mom, brother, and one of my sisters still live in Tucson, so we don’t get to see them that often. Thanks goodness for Skype!

Since they were here and I have a camera, we thought it would be a good idea to update the family pictures. It all started with Brady finding the biggest stick he could handle and scaring the rest of the family.

That’s my boy!:)

01 brady attacking the family

Pro Tip: The secret to great family pictures is backlighting the two year old’s hair…

02 kissing grandpa03 grandpa and grandma04 holding hands05 brothers and sisters06 my brother07 my sister08 more of my sister10 both my sisters09 another sister

Clearly, they’ve gotten used to having their picture taken. I’m not sure it’s a good thing…

11 nerds12 just because13 family portrait

 

Eric and Kayla. Wow, right?!?! Don’t they look stunning together?

I had a blast working with these two and I’m pretty crazy about how their pictures turned out. It was hard to miss – they’re both so photogenic. More importantly, they’re the type of people who are as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside.

I’m so looking forward, and so thankful for, the opportunity to shoot their wedding this summer.

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Sun. Snow. Red Rocks. A beautiful couple and lots of laughing. It doesn’t get better than this.:)Last Saturday was a perfect morning for an engagement session and I’m so thankful to have spent it with these people. They were so fun – and so easy to take pictures of. Here are a few of my favorites…

01 Snowy Engagement Photography Session02 beautiful engagement portrait03 Red Rocks Engagement session04 engagement photos05 engagement photography ideas06 engagement ring photography