Never the Same thing Twice
When I first met Sloan and Owen, Sloan was still learning to crawl and Owen was to young for incentives. It was a orange fall day in Stapleton and they were one of my first shoots of the morning. After Sloan adopted a serious face, I started shooting. We hammered through family photos and candid portraits that worked around a few sniffles and a few moments of concern by Owen. Many of their images are still on my website ~ http://coloradoportraitphotography.com/Family_and_Group_Portraits.html
This time around the attention was all on the little ones. Owen had a goal and stepped from the car ready to tell me about it. If he was to behave during the photo shoot he was going to play games all afternoon! When his resolve would start to waiver, we would remind him of the prize. When we would forget about his goal, he would remind us by asking us if it was time to play games. Sloan was another matter. She was on the move and beautifully independent… and to young to understand why any of this matters. Her parents would place her in our starting position and I would get ready for action. Sloan was happy when free and showed her love, and sweetly, her annoyance, at being restricted. Nothing more honest than a young child and she is one of the many reasons why I love what I do.
There are a million shots I would love to show you from this 20 minute adventure, but, these few will get you started. Thanks to Brooke and Doug for trusting me to document this time in their little love’s lives. I look forward to meeting the next member this November.