New Adventures | Zebulon Family Film Photographer

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I’m sure if you JUST moved in to a new home, the last thing on your mind is scheduling an in-home session, right?? But I am here to tell you, you are SO wrong! This is the perfect time to book an in-home, lifestyle family session. Your boxes probably aren’t unpacked and you feel no where near settled, but this new home of yours is magical beyond words. It’s new, exciting and will soon become your “home sweet home”, so why not take advantage of the craziness and capture these “firsts” as your family settles in!

My sweet friend, Arika (who is also an amazing photographer), had me out to new home shortly after their move, and while the boxes were still being unpacked and furniture was still being ordered, the session was simply amazing.

You see, in-home lifestyle sessions aren’t about your stuff or your furniture or the pictures on your walls. It’s about the love that pours from each of you and your connections to one another. So whether your house is fully decorated and ready to show or maybe it’s a work in progress (and likely always will be), find the time to document these moments. I pinky promise you will not regret it one bit!

Interested in scheduling a session in 2019? Most family and newborn sessions are done in your home + fave places...we usually always venture outside around your home to play  (weather permitting). Some folks like to do just their house and yard, some folks like to do just one room of their house and their favorite park up the road. We're not meeting in some random park or place you've never been before. These are the places that matter most to you. This stage/house/moment you're at right now will be totally different and changed and just "where in the world did time go?" a year from now. Take the time to capture your here and now. I promise you will NEVER regret preserving those in-between moments. Call or email me for session details (or just click this link right here).