Over the last year, we have loved photographing couples in their homes. Whether couples have purchased their dream home or are still trying to figure out what color to paint their walls, there’s something so unique about a lifestyle approach to traditional portraits. Lifestyle photography focuses on connection and everyday ordinary life with our families. We often suggest doing activities or creating candid moments for couples. So whether you have a family of five or one fur baby, these sessions are so fun and memorable!Read More
Sam and Carlie were our first EVER couple to model for TréCreative before we even had a website up. We needed portfolio images and content. They graciously agreed to be in front of the camera. I’m sure they were just as nervous as we were because we barely knew how to pose someone let along make them feel comfortable in front of the camera. To take it back even further, they were our first couple friends when we both started dating in high school. We’d go on adventures, double dates and dream about life post-high school. They were both in our wedding, we photographed their engagement and wedding.Read More
The last time we saw Jeremy and Maggie was at their maternity session a few months back. After delivering their maternity photos, I wrote that the next time we would be seeing these two they would be holding their sweet boy in their arms. What a joy to be a part of the anticipation and life that these two created. Baby Leo is one of the cutest babies ever! After scrolling through the photos, you’ll fall in love like we did!Read More
We love the McPherrin family and were thrilled when Samantha reached out about taking their family photos. Brandon and Samantha are part of our TréCreative family and we loved getting to know them throughout their wedding planning a few years ago.Read More
A few weeks ago Stephen and I were in Mendocino for a beautiful wedding on the coast at the Heritage House Resort. The wedding took place overlooking the cliffs and had the most spectacular views. Like most of our personal work, we only brought our medium format film camera. This time in particular, we chose only to shoot on our new Hasselblad so I could get used to using it faster for our newborn sessions. This camera is super fun as it’s all manual, has no batteries or anything. It shoots in a unique 6x6 square format which is fun and creatively challenging.